Behind-the-scenes of the Kaltcha Pioneers at work. Run in partnership with Grassroot Soccer and funded by The UK Premier League

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Graduation Day for the Kaltcha Pioneers programme, Nine weeks of using football and filmmaking to spread HIV prevention message throughout the community. Run in parnership with Grassroot Soccer and funded by the UK Premier League

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A stand up set by comedian JOHN KOOPMAN also known as MR Cooper. Follow him on twitter @ekimrcooper.

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This brilliantly improvised conversation between a couple just after the wife has discovered she is HIV positive, gives a rare and poignant insight into the reality of living in a community where HIV is a common occurrence. This scene, so vivid and so true, shows how adults cope with the situations this present them with […]

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A song composed and recorded by the Kaltcha Pioneers. Our end to the WORLD AIDS day campaign! Hope you got tested!!!!

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A brief refelction with the Kaltcha Pioneers on their experiences working on the Nokia World AIDS Day Project

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In this episode of Kaltcha Talk, the team disucss sex in the context of relationships, how it impacts on them and changes them. They talk about ideas of love, openly and from their perspective. This episode of part of a series created during a project run in partnership with Grassroot Soccer and funded by the […]

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The First Episode from Kaltcha Pioneers’ Fictional section. Two films about HIV support – both professionally and from friends. In this short film, a woman finds out she is HIV positive. Made by a group of young people participating in a programme run in partnership with Grassroot Soccer and funded by the UK Premier League, […]

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Another really open conversation about the circumstances in which some people have sex against their better judgement, risking the spread of HIV. In a society where this subject is taboo, these young people are being incredibly couragous expressing themselves so openly and honestly. Testiment to the power of grassroots filmmaking

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