Knowledge about AIDS in a Central African town.


In July 1986, at the request of the Ministry of Health in Rwanda, the Rwandan Red Cross initiated a 2-year Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) education program, funded by the Norwegian Red Cross. The short daily radio spots and six 1-hour programs were produced and broadcast for 6 months on Rwandan national radio. This campaign had a major impact… (More)


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@article{Carael1987KnowledgeAA, title={Knowledge about AIDS in a Central African town.}, author={Michel Carael and J P Nkurunziza and C Almedal}, journal={Development communication report}, year={1987}, volume={57}, pages={10} }