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The Pacific Way [Season Two, episode 8]

by Secretariat of the Pacific CommunityRegional Media Centre.
Publisher: Suva, Fiji Secretariat of the Pacific Community 2008Description: 1 DVD sd., col.Subject(s): HIV (Viruses) -- Prevention -- Oceania | Climatic changes -- Oceania | People with disabilities
Contents:
In this episode of the Pacific Way, we bring you reruns of stories shown in 2007. First is a documentary on PMTCT, a program developed by UNICEF to prevent the general prevention of HIV/AIDS, prevent unintended pregnancy in HIV positive mothers, and care and support for mothers and infants. We also bring to you a story on a young mother's love for her daughter, who is living with disability. Teperu is totally dependant on her family to survive while her mother Nancy Battalaird struggles against stigmatization and the lack of facilities for people living with disability in the Cook Islands. The last short film is on climate change and was produced by Greenpeace Pacific. We also bring to you a dance by the people of New Caledonia at the 3rd Melanesia Arts and Cultural Festival in Fiji in 2006.
List(s) this item appears in: CC resources published by SPC | Climate change
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SPC AV 990 PAC 2008 Available
SPC Special Collections
SPC AV 990 PAC 2008 Available
SPC Special Collections
SPC AV 990 PAC 2008 Available

In this episode of the Pacific Way, we bring you reruns of stories shown in 2007. First is a documentary on PMTCT, a program developed by UNICEF to prevent the general prevention of HIV/AIDS, prevent unintended pregnancy in HIV positive mothers, and care and support for mothers and infants. We also bring to you a story on a young mother's love for her daughter, who is living with disability. Teperu is totally dependant on her family to survive while her mother Nancy Battalaird struggles against stigmatization and the lack of facilities for people living with disability in the Cook Islands. The last short film is on climate change and was produced by Greenpeace Pacific. We also bring to you a dance by the people of New Caledonia at the 3rd Melanesia Arts and Cultural Festival in Fiji in 2006.