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Lifestyle: Sex Life

Wed 1 Jun, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

So please do tune in and listen and encourage your contacts to do so as well!

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AHPN, THT and Heal launch HIV testing radio campaign

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The African Health Policy Network (AHPN), Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) and HEAL have jointly launched a radio campaign to promote HIV testing among African communities in London.

The adverts are currently being broadcast on Choice FM, BANG FM and Voice of Africa Radio giving listeners useful information about testing services and capturing the experiences of people who have taken the test. The campaign aims to increase HIV diagnosis by linking listeners to the confidential African helpline 0800 0967 500.

To listen to the adverts, which are being aired eight times a day, please tune in to:

Choice FM 107.1FM and 96.9FM
Voice of Africa Radio 94.3FM
Bang Radio 103.6FM
Until the end of June

The campaign started only a few weeks ago and we have already seen a huge increase in the number of people calling the African helpline number 0800 0967 500.

So please do tune in and listen and encourage your contacts to do so as well!!!

5 extended versions of the adverts will also be available to download as mp3s on the mambo website from the 31st June 2011.


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