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Current developpement of the "I Love U Positive or Negative" campaign
"I Love You Positive or Negative" is the central message of Designing Hope's campaign aimed at fighting the stigma and discrimination related to HIV and AIDS. Every person affected by the virus would like to hear this message from their community: husbands, wives, partners, friends, parents, children, employers, colleagues... This blog updates all projects that have been developed from this message.
Written : 2011-11-21 - Last modified 2012-11-19
Artists4life
Artists4Life in Zimbabwe
Designing Hope has launched a project "Artists4Life" with Zimbabwean artists in order to create visuals for the campaign "I Love You Positive or Negative" in Zimbabwe.
Written : 2013-06-20 - Last modified 2015-11-07
Prevention and fight against Stigmatization
Condoms distribution and Youth prevention in Zimbabwe
After several prevention projects with the Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa, Designing Hope is now directly involved on the ground in Zimbabwe, on a prevention project targeting the youth.
Written : 2013-01-31 - Last modified 2013-12-01
Prevention and fight against Stigmatization
Condoms distribution and Youth prevention in Burkina Faso
In partnership with NGO Laafi, Designing Hope has launched an HIV prevention for youth in Koudougou. (Burkina Faso). With the contribution of artists, young people are invited to participate actively in the development of prevention campaigns on attractive media.
Written : 2012-12-07 - Last modified 2013-06-20
Artists4life
Artists4Life in Burkina Faso
Designing Hope has worked with youth of Koudougou (Burkina Faso), and a local artist on prevention visuals fighting against stigma.
Written : 2012-11-29 - Last modified 2013-01-25
Prevention and fight against Stigmatization
Prevention Campaign in Kliptown-Soweto
In joining this project, Designing Hope aims at raising awareness among young people in Kliptown by producing and broadcasting prevention clips conveying its message against discrimination: "I Love You Positive or Negative".
Written : 2012-02-10 - Last modified 2013-01-25
Archive
Graphic competition for
Designing Hope invites artists and graphists to participate to the campaign I Love You Positive or Negative fighting against HIV and AIDS related stigma and discriminations.
Written : 2010-04-15 - Last modified 2012-12-11
Prevention Campaign
Why this message ?
"I Love You Positive or Negative" is the central message of Designing Hope's campaign aimed at fighting the stigma and discrimination related to HIV and AIDS. Every person affected by the virus would like to hear this message from their community: husbands, wives, partners, friends, parents, children, employers, colleagues... Many projects have been developed from this message.
Written : 2007-08-07 - Last modified 2012-11-29
Archive
With the City Council of Paris and the organisation Ikambere
For the World Aids Day, Designig Hope has created cultural and social links between western countries and people affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa. The awareness campaign fighting against stigma and discrimination towards people affected by HIV/AIDS "I Love You Positive or Negative" was developped in France entitled "Positif ou Ngatif, je t'aime", in partnership with the City Council of Paris.
Written : 2007-11-07 - Last modified 2012-12-11
Prevention Campaign
Television Campaign in South Africa
To ensure the broader reach of the prevention campaign " I Love You Positive or Negative " in Southern Africa, Designing Hope organized a number of filmed clips of local personalities to be broadcast. These clips were spread out during a period of 6 months according to the agreements made with local broadcasters.
Written : 0000-00-00 - Last modified 2012-11-28

Exhibition
I Love You Positive Or Negative Exhibition with the CLAJE
On the occasion of the World Day against AIDS, December 1, 2013, The CLAJE, a cultural youth center in Paris and the association Designing Hope present an exhibition on the theme of the red ribbon and on the message "I Love You Positive or Negative".
Written : 2013-11-25 - Last modified 2014-08-09
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