HIV/AIDS Educative support through Arts and Recreational Teamwork

Monthly Archives: September, 2012


Yesterday I was working on a film set with a bunch of other Artists. While getting my hair and makeup done, one of the Artists beside me began discussing the topic of HIV. Specifically she spoke about how she had recently learned of her fellow Artist friends that were HIV positive. Awkwardly she said, she …

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“Today, every baby can be born HIV free!”

Times are changing people! A few years ago, being diagnosed with HIV was a ‘death sentence’, today HIV infection is considered to be more of a chronic illness that can be treated with anti-retrovirals (ARV). HIV positive people receiving ARV treatment can look towards their futures now. Not only are ARV’s life-saving drugs for such …

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This is fantastic advice! I specifically like no.2 & 4 on the list of suggestions.

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South African Youth Help Initiative

SAYHI is an organization dedicated to assist orphans.

love never fails

love in the bigger sense of the word

Melisa Le Rue



4Life Transfer Factor: Nature's Secret


HIV/AIDS Educative support through Arts and Recreational Teamwork


: of, relating to, or resulting from the influence of human beings on nature

The Garden Smallholder

Allotment - Chickens - Kitchen Garden

Awesomely Awake

A field guide to living an intentional, creative and fun life -- with children.

Independent Ethos

Handmade with vinyl and celluloid

Snoring Dog Studio

Original Painting and Illustration and Comments on Life's Oddities

California Pixie Vintage Fashion Decor Style Blog

Kimi Encarnacion is a vintage junkie with an obsession for kitschy decor and a mad love for fashion and personal style.

Leadership Freak

Empowering Leaders 300 Words at a Time

David Cummings on Startups

Over 2,500 posts on entrepreneurship and startups


"Dancing is like dreaming with your feet"- Constanze

Entertainment for life

Official Blog for Brettian Productions


A travel site following the adventures of a performing artist


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