Category Archives: HIV/AIDS
Thanks Kasia from Hope HIV for getting in touch and sending this video, that outlines the great work that they do with the donations people make. They focus on the idea of ‘using who you are to make a difference,’ which is perfect for IB students and teachers. Visit this page in particular to see some stories of people that they have hope in – and then if you feel like making a donation, please visit my JustGiving page for Hope HIV here.
For more resources on HIV and how it connects to our curriculum, visit the page for 6.3 Defense Against Infectious Disease here.
And this one outlines their amazing work and growth since 2000.
This one passed me by, being out of the country, but I found out more when I read that Queen were writing a new album and going on tour.
Why is this important?
Well, it’s Queen and it’s a HIV campaign video for a start. And we all know two things:
1. You can’t be a proper scientist if you don’t like Queen.
2. Erm… that’s it.
Here’s a nice two-parter of the VSO’s work on HIV/AIDS in Mozambique:
This is a bit dry, but raises a number of good issues about the transmission and social implications of HIV/AIDS.
Here’s Tim & Moby’s take on HIV. Nice and colourful:
And here’s a good one, though big, from NOVA: