Archive for August, 2007

Jane Kavene. Reaching out to barmaids.

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Women |

Kavene, Jane. “Jane Kavene. Reaching out to barmaids.” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents (Nairobi, Kenya), no. 248 (February 2007): 28-29.

While at university, Kavene, saw fellow students becoming HIV-infected. She formed Young Women Campaign Against AIDS, YWCAA in 2001 for girls living with HIV/AIDS or whose lifestyle put them at risk. http://ywcaids.org/

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Fema. (formerly Femina, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Popular Magazines, Swahili, Tanzania |

Fema.

Edutainment sexual health magazine for young people in Swahili and English. Issues are colorful with many photographs and include comic book style articles.  Download issues at the web site http://www.chezasalama.com/  Formerly called Femina. Published by Femina HIP in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Femina HIP is a multimedia edutainment and sexual health information initiative funded by the Swedes, Norwegians, Swiss, Danish, GTZ, USAID and TACAIDS.

Print issues are in Green Library. Held in Current Periodicals with older issues in the Stacks at HQ1101 .F438

See also “Unspeakable words remain unspoken” by Kerstin Gosse about Fema and difficulties in discussing sexual matters in the media.  http://www.glocaltimes.k3.mah.se/viewarticle.aspx?articleID=101&issueID=10

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Psychological assessment of adolescent pre-marital sexuality behaviours and the spread of STI’s / HIV AIDS.

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Nigeria |

Musa, T. M. et. al. “A Psychological assessment of adolescent pre-marital sexuality behaviours and the spread of STI’s / HIV AIDS.” In The abused and the society / edited by John Ademola Yakubu, Olawale A. Moronkola, Grace O. Sokoya.
Ibadan, Nigeria : Royal People (Nigeria), 2007. 200-210.

Paper given at a 2004 conference organized by the Network for Health, Education and Welfare of Special People, an Ibadan, Nigeria NGO.

Green Stacks HV6626.54 .N6 A28 2007

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Simon Muchoki Wambui. Young and devoted to HIV

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Popular Magazines |

Wambui, Simon Muchoki. “Simon Muchoki Wambui. Young and devoted to HIV” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents, no. 250 (April 2007):30-32.

Muchoki provides testing and counselling. With Canadian Kierann Quinn founded the Kierann Foundation Africa.  Funds education of HIV positive children.  Was trained under a PEPFAR (Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief) program.

Parents is a monthly magazine published by Stellan Consult Ltd. in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Popular Magazines, Religion, Women |

Karanja, Emmah. “Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents, no. 247 (January 2007):30-32.

Sister Karanja is a Catholic nun, also a nurse, who promotes HIV / AIDS awareness, training of community health workers, and providing vocational training for HIV / AIDS orphans. She works in the Thika area. 

Parents is a monthly magazine published by Stellan Consult Ltd. in Nairobi, Kenya.

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HIV/AIDS in Africa and the Politics of the West.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Nigeria |

Tinuola, F. R. and J. O. Ayodele, T. M. Ola. “HIV/AIDS in Africa and the Politics of the West.” Nigerian Journal of Social Research, 1, no. 1 (August 2006): 100-112.

NJSR is published by Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria, Faculty of Social Sciences.

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Extinction : black man endangered species.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Conspiracy Theories, Zambia |

Mwitumwa, Nawa. Extinction : black man endangered species. Rev. ed.
Lusaka, Zambia : NawaMwitumwa Publishers, 2006. 148 p.

Note: “Incorporating shades of Africa crisis & conduct. Before– it was savage killing. Now– it’s civilised killing. Beware of biochemical weapons.”

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Conspiracies journal. Sept. 2006 – Feb. 2007.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Conspiracy Theories, Nigeria |

Conspiracies journal. Sept. 2006 – Feb. 2007.

Lagos, Nigeria: Black and Ethnic Media Company. 1 issue.

Cover title: The True Origin of HIV/AIDS Revealed !! Why, when, who and how the virus was developed in the laboratory and sold to millions of Black Africans via Smallpox vaccine!!

Green Library has only this issue. This issue is an example of some beliefs regarding HIV/AIDS.

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Fair’s fair : health inequalities and equity in Tanzania.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Tanzania, Women |

Smithson, Paul. Fair’s fair : health inequalities and equity in Tanzania.
Dar es Salaam : Women’s Dignity Project and Ifakara Centre for Health Research and Development, 2006. 36 p.

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National Network of Tanzanian Women with HIV/AIDS (NETWO+)

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: Swahili, Tanzania, Women |

National Network of Tanzanian Women with HIV/AIDS (NETWO+). Katiba. Dar es Salaam [2002?]

In Kiswahili. The Swahili name of NETWO+ is Mtandao wa Taifa wa Wanawake wenye virusi vya Ukimwi na Ukimwi Tanzania.

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