Category: “SHARE” 233

“SHARE” 233 – Dignity that Cannot be Seized

Articles of this issue DIGNITY THAT CANNOT BE SEIZED — INTERVIEW OF WOMEN IN A ZIMBABWEAN VILLAGE Written by: Tony Chan (Senior Partnership Development Officer) “Although I’m HIV-positive, you can take photos and videos of me. I’m not scared of being seen,” said Branda, a 17-year-old girl grown up in a Zimbabwean village in Africa.Branda lived in in Bulawayo Province of Zimbabwe. Many young people left their homes to South Africa or Botswana for a better life. However, in view of financial restraints, Branda stayed with her mother and grandmother in the village. Branda in red long dress stood in front of my camera and performed her poems enthusiastically. Her smiles and actions showed her extraordinary self-confidence. “I

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