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“I have heard some girls saying, ‘We now want guys who are circumcised, we no longer want the uncircumcised ones as they may have [HIV/AIDS]’,” one uncircumcised 16-year-old from Zimbabwe told researchers.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is proud to announce the launch of an exceptional new campaign in South Africa: ZAZI. ZAZI aims to reduce the HIV incidence among South African women, in addition to, preventing unwanted pregnancies, diminishing
The multi award-winning HIV drama series Intersexions and national Brothers For Life received honors at the African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) annual awards for excellence in HIV and AIDS communication in Africa. The 2012 AfriComNet awards ceremony was held on
The 3rd South African National HIV Communication Survey (NCS) results, released today at the XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., revealed new data that show substantial increases in behaviors that reduce the risk of HIV: condom use, HIV counseling and testing and voluntary medical
The celebrated HIV drama series, Intersexions, has received a prestigious Peabody Award, adding to the long list of prizes already won by the television show. Co-produced by Curious Pictures and Ants Multimedia, in partnership with Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa (JHHESA) and
The acclaimed television series Intersexions took top honors at the 6th annual South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTA), winning in 11 of the 13 TV drama categories in which it had been nominated. Among the TV Drama SAFTAs it garnered on March 10th were the