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February 28, 2013 |
Words By: Tim
Tim Conibear, founder of HIV education charity in the townships of South Africa, was visited by a film crew from the US. They made the following short film about the work they do.
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Great work and thanks for the film. It is very inspiring !
I hope people can check out the link for 5 Pound Donors… easy peasy….
W4C is great.
Thanks for posting and for sharing the video. If you’re in SA, come and visit.
More information about Waves for Change can be found here: http://www.waves-for-change.org/?m=1
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