Advert for Nirodh condoms to prevent AIDS
- All-India Institute of Medical Sciences.
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An Indian woman wearing an elaborate headscarf and pierced ear ornament hands a condom to a man in front of a door within a decorative leaf border; an advertisement for Nirodh condoms as a safe-sex and AIDS prevention advertisement by NGO-AIDS Cell, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS. Colour lithograph for Unesco/Aidthi Workshop, March 1995.
Unesco/Aidthi Workshop: Bihar, India, March 1995. Printing sponsored by East-West Committee, London for NGO-AIDS Cell, Centre for Community Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi. Translation of Hindi lettering: 'Safety - Use of Nirodh' NGO stands for Nongovernmental Organisation - the NGO AIDS Cell is part of AIIMS (AIIMS stands for All India Institute of Medical Sciences)
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