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Title: Kimasomaso : speaking boldly about sexual health; question and answer on HIV laws and policies in Tanzania, etc., 26 September 2010
Other Titles: Kimasomaso : a weekly radio programme about sexual health
Authors: Abubakar, Amina
Komba, Sam
Obwaka, Job
Kahabi, Isangula
Keywords: TANZANIA
SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
HIV AND AIDS
HIV LAWS AND POLICIES
Date: 2010
Publisher: BBC World Service Trust, London, GB
Abstract: What does the law in Tanzania say about intentional infection of HIV/Aids? Are flavored and scented condoms safe? Is it possible for a child's HIV status to change from positive to negative? These are some of the questions sent in by Kimasomaso listeners that are answered by a panel of health experts from Kenya and Tanzania-including a lawyer who expounds on Tanzania's anti-HIV policies.
Description: Contents: Transcript in English; audio in mp3 format and in Swahili language
Kimasomaso is co-produced and broadcast by the BBC Swahili Service. The programme is recorded, mixed and edited in Nairobi weekly.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/44863
Project Number: 104024
Project Title: Research Matters in Governance, Equity and Health - Phase II
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