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M/MC ID# PO UGA 120



English Title: Let's face it : A new time to care video
Series Title: | Time to care | | Delivery of Improved Services for Health Project (DISH) |
Media Format: Poster
Date: 1998
Country: Uganda
Subjects: Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS, HIV Testing, HIV Prevention, HIV Transmission, HIV Infections, Counseling
Audience: Couples, Men, Women, General
Languages: English
Description: 42 x 30 cm. poster. Color photo of a couple hugging in the woods. Film strip along the bottom shows different scenes from the video. Includes space to write in the venue, date, time of video screenings.
Producers: Delivery of Improved Services for Health Project (DISH), Uganda Ministry of Health, Uganda AIDS Information Center
Contact Name:
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health / Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
Address:
PO Box 3495, Plot 20 Kawalya Kaggwa Close
Kampala, MD 21202
Uganda


Phone: 256-41-235-613
Email:
Website: http://www.ugandadish.org/
Abstract: Promotional poster for the video "Let's Face It."

Notes: "Let's Face It" tells the story of two young men who are considering getting tested for HIV. Kizito and his wife, Mathia, have already tested positive for STDs and understand the high risks of contracting HIV. Magezi, on the other hand, is interested in proposing marriage, but wants to get tested, out of consideration his girlfriend's well being. Kizito and his wife both have the same concerns,... more
Notes: "Let's Face It" tells the story of two young men who are considering getting tested for HIV. Kizito and his wife, Mathia, have already tested positive for STDs and understand the high risks of contracting HIV. Magezi, on the other hand, is interested in proposing marriage, but wants to get tested, out of consideration his girlfriend's well being. Kizito and his wife both have the same concerns, yet donít know how to approach. Finally Kizito talks to his wife and they get tested together. Magezi also gets tested, but his results are positive. Includes the clinical counseling sessions and shows the testing procedures. Copies of the video can be ordered from the Media/Materials Clearinghouse Videoshare project.|For additional information on the DISH Project, see "Communication Impact!" #6 (October 1999). less


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