http://icrossinternational.org/default.aspx — Cynthia’s story tells about the disastrous consequences about Meningitis and HIV in poverty. ICROSS is making …
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My Crisis Corps experience was filled with short and disjointed videos, viewable here. In Mpatamatu, outside of Luanshya, Zambia, the mines have closed down …
ar.gy The University of Liverpool has a long tradition of promoting public health through practice and research. In April, three health professionals who recently graduated from the University’s online Master of Public Health (MPH) programme will be continuing that tradition when they present their research findings to the prestigious World Congress on Public Health in Ethiopia. For the three graduates — all professionals working in their field — this is important recognition of their research. Some 3000 public health researchers, academics, scientists, educators, programmers, policy makers and student representatives from around the world are expected at the congress in Addis Ababa (23 — 27 April). The three graduates are:- Innocent Ibegbunam, Associate Director, HIV/AIDS, Supply Chain Management System (SCMS), John Snow Inc., Nigeria, presenting “Health commodities management system: Priorities and Challenges”. Co-author Deborah McGill DrPH, University of Liverpool, MPH Online Programme, Liverpool UK Emily Moonze, Zambia Integrated Systems Strengthening Programme (ZISSP), Lusaka, Zambia, presenting “Factors associated with the implementation of a health services planning toolkit: a qualitative study of two districts in Zambia, central Africa”. Co-author Deborah McGill DrPH Rose Apondi, Behavioral Scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Uganda, presenting “HIV Knowledge is Associated with Risky Sexual Behavior: An Evaluation Study in Uganda,” Co …
Lusaka’s health promoters are involved in community sensitization to get HIV testing and other health services. This is a group of performers called “Jungle Theater”.
This documentary explores the lives of children living on the streets in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. The story is told though the eyes of young men who grew up on the streets and were rescued by people working for humanitarian organizations in Lusaka. These young men have now dedicated their lives to bringing children in off the streets. The documentary examines the major causes of orphans living in the streets of Lusaka, such as the devastating AIDS epidemic that has gripped this Southern African nation. It is estimated that over one million orphans live in Zambia. Most of the orphans are the result of the death of one or more parents after contracting HIV/AIDS. The impacts of this disease has lead to widespread homelessness that threatens to overwhelm the efforts being made by organizations and individuals who work to help traumatized children get off the streets. www.lightbeampro.com http
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Dr. Phiri is a vocal leader in AIDS education and awareness raising in Zambia. Watch him explain how antiretroviral (ARVs) medicine work on the body to help stop the HIV virus. See Dr. Phiri in “The Lazarus Effect” film. Executive produced by Spike Jonze, this (RED), HBO & Anonymous Content “The Lazarus Effect” film follows the story of HIV positive people in Africa who go from near death to health in as few as 40 days if they gain access to the 2 lifesaving pills that cost around 40 cents a day. Please watch and share the film. You can find it on HBO or at YouTube.com/Joinred. #lazaruseffect.
First Place in the National Peace Corps Association’s “My Piece of the Corps” video contest in honor of Peace Corps’ 50th anniversary! Peace Corps Zambia 2007 – 2009 *** “How has the Peace Corps, a Peace Corps Volunteer, or a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer changed your life?” *** www.peacecorpsconnect.org www.peacecorpsconnect.org www.peacecorpsconnect.org www.peacecorpsconnect.org www.youtube.com By Carrie Andra Pavlik Featuring Doug Placais 2010
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SupremeMasterTV.com • EE1311; Aired on 17 Apr 2010 Irish Ambassador in Zambia, Mr. Bill Nolan, represents Irish aid in Zambia. The Irish government`s program of assistance covers more than 90 developing countries worldwide and Zambia is one of 9 African partner countries. The Irish Aid is contributing to health, welfare, education, water sanitation, HIV issue, basic services to the poor etc •Please share those videos through facebook and other means. Subscribe, comment and like it are fully appreciated. The videos are in the public domain and free to use in any beneficial way. Download Link video.godsdirectcontact.net