Men and women with the question how do you spot those with HIV; one of a series of educational posters issued by the Committed Communities Development Trust in Mumbai. Colour lithograph, ca. 1997.
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Mumbai (Pali Chimbai Municipal School, Room no. 8, St. Joseph Road, Chimbai, Bandra (W), Mumbai - 400-050) : Issued in the interest of public service by: Committed Communities Development Trust, [1997?]
1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 57.5 x 39.7 cm
Can you spot people carrying the HIV germ? The answer is no! The HIV germ can hide in a persons' blood for many years ... Inspired by UNICEF Kampala.
Bears logo: Committed Communities Development Trust (CCDT)
CCDT is a voluntary, secular trust established 1990 to help provide marginalized communities with social relevance through comprehensive programs of integrated health services, social education and community development - they work in resource constrained conditions, with communities living in the slums, pavements and red light areas in Mumbai
Wellcome Library no. 677333i
UNICEF (sponsor) Committed Communities Development Trust 1997? Committed Communities Development Trust India current contacts: http://www.ccdtrust.org/ ; Committed Communities Development Trust 42 Chapel Rd., Bandra (W) Mumbai - 400 050 ; email@example.com 01/07/2009 UkLW UK Transcription from the item