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dc.contributor.authorMupedziswa, Roderick S.
dc.identifier.citationMupedziswa, R.S. (1989) Back to basics: use of popular theatre in the AIDS awareness campaign, Paper prepared for poster presentation at the V International Conference on Aids, Montreal, Canada. 4 - 9 June, 1989. Harare: UZ.en
dc.descriptionA conference paper on AIDS awareness campaign through the use of popular theater (drama)en
dc.description.abstractZimbabwe, like many other countries has been hard hit by the scourge of . the killer disease, Aids. Over the next few years more and more people will be affected both directly and indirectly by the Aids epidemic. MaCgarry (1989) in a highly informative article titled "Aids and Development Planning" has done some projections based on simple calculations of mortality in five-year age cohorts at five year intervals, and the result of his exercise are most chilling to say the least. Aids was first recognized as a problem in Zimbabwe in 1984 when the first few cases of Aids related diseases were discovered.en
dc.publisherSchool Of Social Work (SSW) (UZ)en
dc.titleBack to basics: use of popular theatre in the AIDS awareness campaignen
dc.typeConference paperen
dc.rights.holderSchool of Social Work (SSW), (UZ)en

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