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HIV/AIDS and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Centre for Commonwealth Education – Lunchtime Film Series

Introduction by Dr. Susan Kiragu Susan is a Research Associate at the CCE . Her research interests are centred in collaborative educational research in Africa. She has been involved with the ASKAIDS project, investigating how children’s everyday and school knowledges can be used in an HIV /AIDS curriculum.

Screening: Mothers helping mothers fight HIV (Mitchell Besser, TED Talks, 2010)

How can mothers with HIV avoid passing it to their children? In South Africa, Mitchell Besser tapped a new resource for healthcare: mothers themselves. The program he started, mothers2mothers, trains new mothers to educate and support other mums.

This talk is part of the Centre for Commonwealth Education (CCE) series.

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