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AIDS and adolescents: denying access to health
Article
Publisher: Open Democracy
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More information: With a 50% increase in AIDS-related deaths among young people, AIDS is now the second leading cause of their deaths. At the conclusion of the AIDS 2014 Conference, Alice Welbourn is left wondering whether anything is going to change in the HIV world for young women – and their children. Link to resource

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Stepping Stones with Children poster at AIDS 2014
Poster
Publisher: PASADA Publisher: Salamander Trust
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Co-authors: July 2014 Co-authors: A Welbourn, N Chiziza, G Gordon, F Kilonzo, P Kiwia, W Manyama, N Osborne This poster highlights preliminary findings from our new adaptation of Stepping Stones, entitled Stepping Stones with Children. We are developing this manual with our partners in Dar es Salaam, PASADA, with funding support from Comic Relief and […]

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Rights, Camera Action! The Pregnancy Journey when you are living with HIV. A Training programme for women living with HIV who are mentor mothers, Positively UK, London
DVD Handbook
Publisher: Salamander Trust
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Co-authors: Dominique Chadwick, Positively UK A film training programme conducted with women living with HIV who are trained as ‘mentor mothers’ to support other women with HIV as they go through their own pregnancy journey. An accompanying documentary explains the project. Link to resource

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An end to AIDS? Not through medication alone
Article
Publisher: Open Democracy
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In the world of HIV, the allure of the bio-medical techno-fix still attracts many policy makers. Meanwhile a parallel world of care, support, community spirit and women’s resilience still beats quietly. On World AIDS Day Alice Welbourn considers the future of the AIDS pandemic.  Link to resource

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Seeking Safety: Stepping Stones in Malawi
Film clips Website
Publisher: COWLHA Malawi Publisher: Dominique Chadwick Publisher: Salamander Trust Publisher: The Community Film Makers
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A series of 6 participatory films and one longer film about the work of COWLHA in Malawi and its members as they seek to overcome gender-based violence and promote gender justice in communities. These films and the accompanying literature are now available on DVD. Please contact us for further information. Link to resource

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