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Synopsis : Un jeune homme croit que son statut de séropositif est littéralement écrit sur son front. Que faire ? Réalisé par Fanta Régina Nacro du Burkina Faso (*******www.fanta-nacro****), avec Aboubakar Maïga et Issa Ouédraogo. Basé sur des idées originales de Abigael Akinyi Vera Ojwang’, 22 ans, Kenya, et de Rachel Nishimwe, 18 ans, Rwanda. Un film de la collection SCENARIOS D’AFRIQUE (www.globaldialogues****)
4 Apr 2010
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Un jeune guerrier aime son pays et entend parler des ravages du sida. Croyant que le sida est un ennemi humain, le guerrier part « le » trouver. Au cours de sa recherche, il rencontre une belle femme qui l'informe sur l'épidémie… et lui montre un moyen efficace de la combattre ! Idée : Ami Badiane, 14 ans (Sénégal) / Réalisation : Idrissa Ouédraogo (Burkina Faso). Un film de la collection SCENARIOS D'AFRIQUE (www.globadialogues****)
4 Apr 2010
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Un jeune guerrier aime son pays et entend parler des ravages du sida. Croyant que le sida est un ennemi humain, le guerrier part « le » trouver. Au cours de sa recherche, il rencontre une belle femme qui l'informe sur l'épidémie… et lui montre un moyen efficace de la combattre ! Idée : Ami Badiane, 14 ans (Sénégal) / Réalisation : Idrissa Ouédraogo (Burkina Faso). Un film de la collection SCENARIOS D'AFRIQUE (www.globadialogues****)
5 Apr 2010
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En mission, Moctar se saoule dans un bar et se rend dans sa chambre d'hôtel avec Coumba, une travailleuse du sexe. Son ami Théophile met un préservatif dans la poche de sa veste pour qu'il se protège et qu'il protège ainsi sa femme. Le lendemain matin, au petit-déjeuner, Théophile découvre le préservatif, encore intact, dans la poche. Moctar a oublié tout ce qui s’est passé la veille au soir... Idée : Dieudonné Ouédraogo, 16 ans (Burkina Faso) /Réalisation : Cheick Oumar Sissoko (Sénégal). Un film de la collection SCENARIOS D’AFRIQUE (www.globaldialogues****)
6 Apr 2010
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22 Jul 2009
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« L’Essentiel » est l'histoire d'un beau coup de foudre. Mais après, comment le jeune couple va-t-il faire face à cette situation délicate : l'un d'eux vit avec le VIH. Idée : Sandra Nsambi-Nzali, 20 ans (République Démocratique du Congo), lauréate du grand prix TV5 du Concours Scénarios d'Afrique 2002 / Réalisation : Mahamat-Saleh Haroun (2004, Tchad).
1 Apr 2010
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Toss around radical changes in your mind. Street-smart stress tips based on acclaimed book 400 Ways to Stop Stress Now and Forever! by stress management coach G. Gaynor McTigue. Visit www.pickmeupbooks****
13 Aug 2007
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It is amazing how much trouble we could save by thinking before we acted. Street-smart stress tips based on acclaimed book 400 Ways to Stop Stress Now and Forever! by stress management coach G. Gaynor McTigue. Visit www.pickmeupbooks****
11 Sep 2007
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*******www.globalchange**** When world changes – how long does it take to develop new business strategy? Scenario planning vital to business success, contingencies, risk management, disruption of business, disaster planning, terrorist attacks. Global trends. September 11 and impact on aviation industry / British Airways business models. Rapid response to changes, currency crisis, political crisis. Multiple plans, dynamic leadership, flat leadership structures. Banks and insurance industry planning. Innovative thinking. Keeping business options open. Innovation in Google, experiments. Oil industry risk, fixed infrastructure investment. Strategy, leadership, management, risk, change, trends, scenarios, planning, business, leaders, managers, Patrick, Dixon
9 Feb 2009
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Aliou has bought his girlfriend Nancy a new dress, which she eagerly tries on. Meanwhile, thinking that Nancy will reward his generosity, he surreptitiously arms himself with a condom. But Aliou hasn't reckoned with Nancy's reaction ... or her resolve to stick to her own AIDS prevention strategy. By Fanta Régina Nacro, Burkina Faso, based on an original idea by El Hadji Malick Seck, aged 20, from Pikine, Senegal. Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more films about HIV and AIDS, please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
6 Oct 2009
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Nina is about to go meet up with her boyfriend, Adama. Nina's aunt, sensing that it might be a good time to talk with her niece about men and their predatory instincts, provides some matter-of-fact advice. By Idrissa Ouédraogo, Burkina Faso, based on an original idea by Aram Dieye, aged 16, from St. Louis, Senegal. Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more films about HIV and AIDS, please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
29 Sep 2009
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On a business trip away from home, Moctar gets very drunk and heads for his hotel room with Coumba, a sex worker. Still from "For Aicha"His friend Timothy puts a condom in Moctar's jacket pocket so that he can protect himself and his wife. The next morning, at breakfast, Timothy discovers the condom, still unopened, in Moctar's pocket. Moctar has forgotten everything that happened the night before. By Cheick Oumar Sissoko, Mali, based on an original idea by Dieudonné Ouedraogo, aged 16, from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more films about HIV and AIDS, please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
29 Oct 2008
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Moussah is a young man who has a hard time keeping his interest in women in check. For him, temptation is ever-present. With a friend already ill with HIV/AIDS, he is well aware of the dangers he faces. His male friends tell him about the prevention strategy they've chosen as an alternative to condoms. They feel it corresponds well to where they are in their lives right now. But poor Moussah doesn't realise that the expression they are using - "iron underpants" - is their way of talking about "mind over matter" in the sexual realm.... As a result, he gets himself into a hilarious mess! By Fanta Régina Nacro, Burkina Faso, based on an original idea by Malick Diop Yade, aged 18, from Pikine, Senegal Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more great films about HIV and AIDS in Africa please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
8 Apr 2008
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A man returns home from the fields, eager to make love to his wife. She lives with HIV and insists that they use a condom. Due to a series of unfortunate circumstances, he has to travel far and wide to find condoms. Finally, he succeeds, and races home on his bicycle... only to discover that his wife has a surprise for him! By Idrissa Ouédraogo, Burkina Faso, based on an original idea by Diarra Diakhaté, aged 17, from Dakar, Senegal Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more films about HIV and AIDS, please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
28 Feb 2010
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A man returns home from the fields, eager to make love to his wife. She lives with HIV and insists that they use a condom. Due to a series of unfortunate circumstances, he has to travel far and wide to find condoms. Finally, he succeeds, and races home on his bicycle... only to discover that his wife has a surprise for him! By Idrissa Ouédraogo, Burkina Faso, based on an original idea by Diarra Diakhaté, aged 17, from Dakar, Senegal Scenarios from the Sahel is a unique collection of 13 films exploring the issue of HIV/Aids in Africa. The films combine humour, drama and animation with information about the nature of HIV/AIDS and the best forms of prevention. They provide an insight into the daily experience of living with the disease as experienced by people of all ages in Africa. In 1997, thousands of young people under 25 in Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso took part in a contest inviting them to come up with ideas for short films on HIV/AIDS. The contest was so successful that a second contest was held in early 2000. Special emphasis in this contest was placed on encouraging girls/young women, rural youth, and young people who do not attend school to participate. Scores of organisations worked in partnership to bring the conteststo communities, and almost 22,000 young people took part. Scenarios from the Sahel (now known as Scenarios From Africa) is a community mobilisation, education and media project. It offers children and young people the opportunity to work with international directors in the production of short fiction films to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS. For more information about Scenarios From Africa please visit the Global Dialogues Site here: *******www.globaldialogues**** To watch more films about HIV and AIDS, please visit the OneWorldTV Site here: *******tv.oneworld****
7 Apr 2008
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LOWER MURRAY LANDSCAPE FUTURES DRYLAND SCENARIOS
29 Apr 2008
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