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Friday, June 10th, 2011 - One comment

From Zimbabwe to New York – join the prevention revolution!

Many of you have probably wondered what it’s like to be a “youth advocate”, and what the job entails. In this video, taped during the High-level meeting on HIV/AIDS in New York, I explain why I am passionate about HIV/AIDS, I talk about the situation in my country, and I share my impressions from the High-level meeting on HIV/AIDS.

The views expressed in this blog-post are solely those of the author.

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Wednesday 1st February, 2012, 12:06pm

This is a awesome article.. I truly respect this... Thank You SO much!!

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Christon Zimbizi

UNFPA Special Youth Fellow, UNFPA

About

Christon is an advocate for youth and human rights issues. He has worked at the University of Zimbabwe on student SRH and life-skills as a volunteer and with the African Regional Youth Initiative Zimbabwe in low income areas of Harare with youth on SRH, Gender and Human Rights. Christon has also participated in national level platforms such as the First Stakeholders Conference on the Constitution in Zimbabwe. He has also worked with Stop AIDS Now! Netherlands on developing Guidelines for addressing the needs of Young People Living with HIV in Life skills programmes where he was the Track Coordinator. Christon likes fish, internet, music, poetry and travelling.

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