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Episode #25: Students advocate on HIV/AIDS causes

Georgine Kengne Djeutane, Regional Secretary, of the Nairobi-based World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) – Africa Region was in Toronto from March 25th to 31st for a fundraising meeting with Student Christian Movement (SCM) Canada. She speaks of student advocacy projects in Cameroon, Ethiopia, the Ivory Coast and Lesotho and on the subjects of debt relief, structural adjustment programs, the brain drain of health workers and on the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. Producer : Farai Gonzo


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