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Four women sit emboidering and making rugs in a rural setting; representing women who have avoided AIDS and are supporting themselves financially; an AIDS prevention advertisement by the AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Uganda. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.

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[1995?]

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Publication/Creation

[Entebbe (P.O. Box 8, Entebbe, Uganda)] : [Published by: AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health], [1995?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in black and green on white ; sheet 29.8 x 41.9 cm

Edition

[State before lettering]

Copyright note

Ministry of Health Uganda WHO 1995? Ministry of Health Uganda Uganda 16/09/2009 current contact: P.O. Box 7272 Kampala Uganda; info@health.go.ug UkLW UK Transcription from the item

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 678828i

Lettering note

There is no lettering on this impression but according to note on verso would have read: 'We are proud we said no to AIDS. We can support ourselves'

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Languages

  • English



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