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Understanding HIV stigma in Swaziland

12/01/2011 | Siobhan Warrington

Discussing ideas at the Oral Testimony Workshop - Siobhan Warrington | Panos London

“I am alive because I went to test otherwise I would be dead… People think because I am HIV positive, that is the problem. But really the problem is not knowing your HIV status.” These are the words of Khetsiwe, a 43 year-old single mother from Elangeni in Swaziland. Her experiences were being recorded by…

Reporting research: using evidence for effective journalism

11/13/2010 | Panos London

Overview Researchers working for universities, governments or private companies are doing vital investigation into issues – such as clean water, food security and sexual health – that directly affect the everyday life of people around the world. However they often communicate the results only to other researchers. Research findings can create powerful stories for news…

Knowledge is dying

01/24/2007 | Nathi Gule

In Swaziland, farming know-how is passed on from parent to child. But for many children whose parents die of AIDS, the expertise dies with them, leaving hunger and destitution.

Nathi Gule

01/01/2001 | Anna Egan

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