Global Dialogues. Film in Hausa language, English subtitles. Get tested for HIV to help protect your kids from infection. On the street in front of Sylvias house, a group of young people is having a lively discussion on whether or not it is a good idea to get an HIV test. When one of them brings up mother-to-child transmission, Sylvia is all ears for good reason. Directed by: Abderrahmane Sissako (Mauritania), based on an idea by Ndèye Diasse Samb, aged 18 (Senegal) and Guy Merlin Wayap, aged 21 (Cameroon). A Scenarios from Africa film produced by Global Dialogues (www.globaldialogues.org)
Global Dialogues. English captions to learn English and for the deaf.
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