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Video 3: Goal 3: Rwanda and Kenya: Final

Fighting for Gender Equality

Female Sex Workers in Pakistan CLIP-4 EQUINOX documentary

A documentary portraying condition and reasoning of Prostitution in female sex workers Pakistan. Testimonials from different red light areas of Pakistan including Karachi (Napier Road, Lahore ( heera mandi), Faisalbad, Multan and Hyderabad.
What these women have to go thru and their concerns about HIV, AIDS and STIs in a culture where talking about condoms on media is a TABOO.
A reality based documentary by Mohammed Anwerzada.


Konnie Huq: if I had HIV, would you kiss me?

What would it take for you to kiss someone with HIV? If Konnie Huq was HIV positive, would you kiss her?

The stigma experienced by people living with HIV and AIDS is immensely destructive and can further damage people who may already be in a vulnerable state. For World AIDS Day 2009, the British Red Cross carried out a survey of 16-25-year-olds in the UK, which showed that 85 per cent knew you cannot catch HIV from a kiss. Despite this, 69 per cent still wouldn't kiss someone with HIV. So while people's knowledge about HIV is generally good, that doesn't necessarily translate into action.

Its not just about close contact like kissing the general trend is similar for more casual contact as well. For example, 96 per cent of people surveyed know you can't get HIV from sharing a meal with someone who is HIV positive - but 44 per cent still wouldn't want to buy food from a shopkeeper with HIV.
http://www.redcross.org.uk/hiv

Male Sex Workers in India Talking about Difficulties they face and Lack ...

The challenges that sex workers face.
I wonder what the actual situation in Malaysia?

"Click Language" and the San Bushmen People

A Fist Full of Soap - How to wash your hands

Perkasa 'robs' our identity, says Orang Asli

Akta Orang Asli dipinda tanpa perbincangan?

An Orang Asli Story - The REAL Malaysia Captured on Video 3 of 6

George Telek: WEST PAPUA (MERDEKA Music Remix)

Fantastic song. A message for everyone: Free West Papua!