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UNAIDS/01.39E (English original, June 2001)
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Dept. of Policy, Strategy & Research
July 25 to 27, 2000
Workshop organised by:
Bunmi Makinwa, Communications Adviser
Michael Fox, Communications Adviser
Seng Pheth Kristoffersson, Assistant
Joanna Adusei, Intern
UNAIDS Dept. of Policy, Strategy & Research
Secretariat of the International Partnership Against AIDS in Africa
Report prepared by:
Arvind Singhal, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Interpersonal Communication
College of Communication