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BAPZ Guardian Angel Programme Donates Solar Lamps to Students

BAPZ Guardian Angel Programme Donates Solar Lamps to Students

Guardian Angel recently donated some rechargeable solar lamps to its Rural Secondary School beneficiaries in Hwange District.

By: BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe
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Mission

To prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS to protect unborn Zimbabwean children from acquiring HIV/AIDS and improve the morbidity and mortality and future of Zimbabwean children with HIV/AIDS.

  • HIV Equal event in Vic Falls

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    HIV Equal event in Vic Falls
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  • The Message and the Music: A BAPZ Documentary

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    The Message and the Music: A BAPZ Documentary
      Music does in fact make the people come together. BEAT AIDS Project Zimbabwe is proud to share with you our new mini documentary, produced by Scott Frosch, chronicling the incredible success of the music festival and testing event we recently held in Zimbabwe at the Netball Complex in Mbare.  
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  • Hope Is Vital: How Tonderai is Giving a New Face to HIV

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    Hope Is Vital: How Tonderai is Giving a New Face to HIV
      Tonderai Chiduku was one of the first twelve people to publicly declare his HIV-positive status to the country of Zimbabwe, giving a human face to the disease. The year was 1992. There were no medications and no support groups, and HIV at that time was a death sentence. Miraculously, he is the only one of all 12 people to still be alive. It’s now been 23 years since Tonderai’s brave announcement, and there have been many advancements in terms of ending stigma, prolonging life and giving people the hope to live a healthy, fulfilling life with HIV. He and his colleagues even coined a term to replace the meaning behind the acronym for HIV; which would become the cornerstone for giving people courage to accept their HIV-positive
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  • BAPZ/NAC HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Kadoma, April 2nd

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    BAPZ/NAC HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Kadoma, April 2nd

    Thousands of people came out on April 2, 2016 to the BEAT AIDS Project (BAPZ)/NAC HIV Equal AIDS Musical Festival in Kadoma, Zimbabwe.

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  • BAPZ opens highly specialized free OI/ART medical clinic and full-service laboratory

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    BAPZ opens highly specialized free OI/ART medical clinic and full-service laboratory
    In June, 2015, BAPZ opened a highly specialized free OI/ART medical clinic and full-service laboratory (Taqman96 capable of 4000 monthly adult and EID viral loads, a GeneXpert 16, etc.) in MatNorth to complement the work of the MoHCC. The clinic's focus is to support MoHCC in providing specialized HIV care through the management of complicated adverse reactions and to introduce advanced state-of-the-art laboratory monitoring. These services include monitoring of HIV-1 viral loads and appropriate initiation of 2nd- and 3rd-line ARV according to the National ARV Guidelines, rapid diagnosis of Tuberculosis and Multi-drug Resistant TB, and 50-minute Early Infant Detection that will assist in increasing
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