Zambia

The CHAMP 990 Talkline was first established in 2003 in Zambia as an HIV and AIDS hotline. These materials were developed in 2012 with support from USAID under the Communication Support for Health (CSH) Project.

This is a set of fact sheets and guidance for use by Talkline counselors.  

These videos were created as part of the "Life is Precious, Take Care of It" campaign supported by Breakthrough ACTION Zambia. The videos feature three HIV positive men who tell their stories and explain how they live in good health and strength due to carefully adhereing to their ART regimens. They also remind men to get tested for HIV so that they know their status and to use condoms everey time they have sex.

These three videos, featuring Bernard, a preacher, Norah a comunity health worker, and Chief Shabila, offer three different perspectives on the work of the Breakthrough ACTION Zambia project, and were created at the end of the project as part of the closing activities.

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