· From the Jesuits of Lusaka ·
Even a short film can contribute to combating the AIDS virus. Loyola Productions of the Jesuits of Lusaka, Zambia, will soon produce twenty stories narrated by the students of Jesuit schools on the African continent that have won a contest on the theme: “Film of young people for life and love against AIDS.” The contest was opened last year by the Network of African Jesuits against AIDS (AJAN) with the goal of offering to young people of the schools the possibility to describe what the pandemic means for their lives and those of their friends, family and communities. The jury, which received 55 entries, expressed their satisfaction for the high quality of the entries.
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