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'Catch Me I'm A Butterfly' HIV prevention project.
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Recorded on the day I flew out to Mukuni, just over a month ago!

In this speacial episode of Diasporan Truth , host Twaambo Kapilikisha speaks to Mutsa Marau who is embarkingon phase three of her ‘Catch me I’m a butterfly’ project.Catch Me I’m A Butterfly is a creative HIV prevention peer education project. which has the intention of leaving behind the feelings of hopelessness that often arise when thinking of HIV/AIDS. This phase will focus on building communication between Mukuni and N’gandu, a neighboring village.To recruit more young people to train as peer educators to make the project more powerful!

Phones! Phones! Phones!

Due to the age old lesson that if you don’t ask you don’t get, I spend a lot of time asking for something or another.

I’m leaving for Zambia in a week’s time and I want to trial a HIV SMS service that I want the young people to run! For this I need five smartphones so that for the three weeks I’m out there I can see if there is a demand for this service.Having a phone is such a an important part of our everyday lives. To be able to launch a service through which my young people will be able to share what they have learned without me being there and keep in touch with one another would be fantastic.

Got a smartphone you don’t need? Please email me at hello [at] meetmutsa [dot] com. Or you can tweet or  Facebook me if that takes your fancy.

Thank you advance!

Following on from my blog update yesterday where I shared the plans for my return to Mukuni next week is this diagram to encourage donations for the five smart phones. Non-touch screens and with a Qwerty keyboard) to trial a SMS HIV helpline that I want the young people I work with to run.
These are just 10 of the ways we use our mobile phones. I really want to get my young people connected with the rest of the world. The infrastructure is available but the phones aren’t. Can you help?
Following on from my blog update yesterday where I shared the plans for my return to Mukuni next week is this diagram to encourage donations for the five smart phones. Non-touch screens and with a Qwerty keyboard) to trial a SMS HIV helpline that I want the young people I work with to run.
These are just 10 of the ways we use our mobile phones. I really want to get my young people connected with the rest of the world. The infrastructure is available but the phones aren’t. Can you help?

Following on from my blog update yesterday where I shared the plans for my return to Mukuni next week is this diagram to encourage donations for the five smart phones. Non-touch screens and with a Qwerty keyboard) to trial a SMS HIV helpline that I want the young people I work with to run.

These are just 10 of the ways we use our mobile phones. I really want to get my young people connected with the rest of the world. The infrastructure is available but the phones aren’t. Can you help?