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Hiv/aids outreach hits the radio

A local group will soon bring its outreach work to the airwaves. Khana, an HIV/AIDS linking organisation, plans to expand its “No is No” initiative to include radio programming over the next five years. Backed with funding from USAID, the project will allow listeners to call in to on-air programmes. “Some groups of people who face HIV/AIDS dare not go to the hospital to ask doctors, so they can listen to this programme,” said Tith Khimuy, programme manager at Khana.

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