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UNICEF’s new online TV show reports on AIDS campaign’s momentum 3 February 2006

Last October, we wrote to tell you about the UNITE FOR CHILDREN UNITE AGAINST AIDS campaign – a five-year global initiative whose goal is to put children at the center of the global fight against HIV/AIDS.

Since then, the campaign has launched in dozens of countries around the world, and thousands of people like you have joined the effort via the campaign’s website.

Now the campaign has released the UNITE FOR CHILDREN  UNITE AGAINST AIDS Update – a fast-paced, nine- minute online television show that brings viewers the latest news from the campaign and the fight against HIV/AIDS.

To watch the show, visit: http://www.unicef.org/uniteforchildren/

The Update is a monthly programme featuring reports and human interest stories from every corner of the globe. UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Ralph Fiennes makes an appearance in the first episode, which also includes stories of the campaign’s expansion to Thailand, India, and Mozambique.

Please watch the show and to learn how the UNITE FOR CHILDREN  UNITE AGAINST AIDS campaign – with the support of people like you – is working to transform the global fight against HIV/AIDS.

The next episode of the Update will be released this Friday, February 4th. Be sure to check back then to learn how the campaign is helping street children in Indonesia learn about the dangers of HIV and AIDS.

And if you haven’t yet signed up for the campaign’s email reports, please do so by visiting http://www.unicef.org/uniteforchildren/. Your participation can make a tremendous difference in the campaign’s goal of making this generation of children the last to know the scourge of HIV and AIDS.

Thank you for all that you do.


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The first episode of the UNITE FOR CHILDREN UNITE AGAINST AIDS TV Update is now online

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