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Zambian religious Sister delivers CAFOD talks

A Zambian religious sister travelled 7,500 miles to deliver two inspiring talks in Middlesbrough about working alongside aid agency CAFOD.

Sister Yvonne Mwalula Mwila spoke at St Mary’s Cathedral in Middlesbrough on Thursday February 16 in front of around 40 CAFOD supporters. 251 more words

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How to communicate with adolescents about HIV Care and treatment: tips from Ministry of Health training of counselors at Reach Out Mbuya.

By Geraldine Kauma

Do you work with youth and adolescents, especially in talking about sensitive issues such as HIV/AIDS and sexual/reproductive health?

What you’ll learn in this article:

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HIV Denialism: Conspiracy and Crisis

“Every epidemic throughout history has had its ‘denialists.’ Some epidemics have been blamed on rats, some on foreigners, Jews, or other disfavored local ethnic groups. Very often, epidemics have been blamed on the people who suffered from them, their illness being seen as some kind of moral failure.

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Newly Diagnosed HIV Infections Are Falling Rapidly, Says CDC

A recent study shows that HIV infections are steadily going down.

According to a report conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, new infections dropped by nearly 18 percent between the years 2008-2014.  399 more words

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Large-scale mining not PNG culture driving the spread of HIV/Aids

‘Good culture, bad culture’: polygyny, cultural change and structural drivers of HIV in Papua New Guinea

Patti Shih, Heather Worth, Joanne Travaglia & Angela Kelly-Hanku | 16 February 2017… 218 more words

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Annotated Bibliography: A List of Secondary Sources

Here’s a list of some of the secondary sources that I’ve compiled thus far for my research project.

Brier, Jennifer. “”Save Our Kids, Keep AIDS out:” Anti-AIDS Activism and the Legacy of Community Control in Queens, New York.” … 1,133 more words

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Newly Diagnosed HIV Infections Are Falling Rapidly, Says CDC

A recent study shows that HIV infections are steadily going down. According to a report conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, new infections dropped by nearly 18 percent between the years 2008-2014.  480 more words

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