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    During the campaign launch in Lusaka, Zambia for the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) Care and Compassion Movement, Independent Churches of Zambia (ICOZ) chairman Reverend David Masupa signs a declaration calling on all religious and community leaders to make the formation of care and support...

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    During the campaign launch in Lusaka, Zambia for the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) Care and Compassion Movement, Islamic Council of Zambia President Rashid Phiri signs a declaration calling on all religious and community leaders to make the formation of care and support groups a priority....

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    Participants march during the first annual Zambian Open Day for Care and Compassion, part of the campaign launch in Lusaka for the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) Care and Compassion Movement. The Movement is designed to engage Zambia’s religious and community groups to get passionately...

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    Audience members during Africa Malaria Day activities in Mongu, the capital of the western province of Zambia.

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    Actors in Zambia train in using theatre to facilitate discussion of health issues, particularly HIV/AIDS.

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    As part of a Creative HEART contest at a school in Luanshya, Zambia, adolescents perform dramatized poetry about the dangers of HIV/AIDS. The HEART (Helping Each Other Act Responsibly Together) campaign was designed by youth for youth and uses the mass media to promote HIV/AIDS prevention through...

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    Uniformed services personnel participate in a group discussion at a workshop in the Choma District of Zambia. The representatives were training to be peer leaders as part of the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) Uniformed Services Peer Education program for HIV/AIDS prevention.

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    A trainer speaks to teachers during a HEART campaign workshop in Chongwe, Zambia. The HEART (Helping Each Other Act Responsibly Together) campaign was designed by youth for youth and uses the mass media to promote HIV/AIDS prevention through abstinence, being faithful to one partner, or consistent...

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    Peer leaders in Zambia lead public group discussions on life skills as part of the HEART campaign. The HEART (Helping Each Other Act Responsibly Together) campaign was designed by youth for youth and uses the mass media to promote HIV/AIDS prevention through abstinence, being faithful to one...

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    Adolescents in Zambia use role playing and the narrow sticks bridges included in the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) HEART Life Skills Toolkit as ways to demonstrate successful life skills. The bridges represent Abstinence, Faithfulness, and Condom Use as ways to bypass STIs, HIV/AIDS, and...

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    Actors in Zambia train in using theatre to facilitate discussion of health issues, particularly HIV/AIDS.

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    At Kasisi Girls High School in Lusaka, Zambia, young women act out a skit about transactional sex in which a girl meets an older boy who drives a car. She then becomes HIV positive, gets pregnant, and commits suicide. This activity was part of a Health Communication Partnership (HCP)-sponsored HIV...

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    At Kasisi Girls High School in Lusaka, Zambia, young women act out a skit about transactional sex in which a girl meets an older boy who drives a car. She then becomes HIV positive, gets pregnant, and commits suicide. This activity was part of a Health Communication Partnership (HCP)-sponsored HIV...

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    At Kasisi Girls High School in Lusaka, Zambia, young women act out a skit about transactional sex in which a girl meets an older boy who drives a car. She then becomes HIV positive, gets pregnant, and commits suicide. This activity was part of a Health Communication Partnership (HCP)-sponsored HIV...

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    At Kasisi Girls High School in Lusaka, Zambia, young women act out a skit about transactional sex in which a girl meets an older boy who drives a car. She then becomes HIV positive, gets pregnant, and commits suicide. This activity was part of a Health Communication Partnership (HCP)-sponsored HIV...

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    Peer educators with Student Partnerships Worldwide/Zambia pose in front of the Youth Resource Center at a school in Central Province, Zambia. These volunteers provide HIV education for their assigned school for two terms using classroom lessons, community events, and extracurricular activities such...

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    Production crew members set up for filming of Health Communication Partnership (HCP) project success stories in Choma district, Zambia.

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    Members of a drama group perform in celebration of the success of an orphan assistance program in Choma district, Zambia.

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    A production crew member for the Health Communication Partnership (HCP) shoots footage of people working in a community garden in Choma district, Zambia. Proceeds from the sale of produce grown in the garden go toward supporting local orphans. The film footage will be used in a documentary about...

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    A man harvests onions at a community garden in Choma district, Zambia. Proceeds from the sale of produce grown in the garden go toward supporting local orphans.

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    Women harvest onions at a community garden in Choma district, Zambia. Proceeds from the sale of produce grown in the garden go toward supporting local orphans.

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    Men and women carry harvested onions from a community garden in Choma district, Zambia. Proceeds from the sale of produce grown in the garden go toward supporting local orphans.

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    Community members in Choma district, Zambia gather at the chief's compound.

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    Three telecommunications towers disguised as trees near Livingstone, Zambia.

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    A billboard in Livingstone, Zambia, promotes prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services. In Livingstone, billboard advertisements for cell phones and tourist facilities are rapidly replacing most of the health promotion signs along the roadways.

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