By O. Johansson
Applying research into checks of neighborhood theatre, epidemiology, and younger people's shared and personal tales utilizing a variety of methodologies, this booklet explores the capability efficacy of neighborhood theatre to avoid the unfold of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania near to numerous different related websites in Africa.
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In what follows I will provide a brief historical background by showing how HIV prevention schemes and CBT projects have been developed in parallel and gradually converging trajectories, from top-heavy, expert-driven campaigns to bottom-up approaches increasingly owned and run by community residents. After that it will become clear what a pivotal role theatre can actually play in HIV prevention. But just as the virus has an eerie ability to evade a medical solution by mutating, neither discrete nor generic preventive practices are sufficient in the complex and heterogeneous epidemic.
1). 2 However, since the virus is constantly changing, the challenge to understand how and where it spreads and to prevent that incidence rate is of much greater importance than to know where it came from. When HIV became an epidemic in the Kagera region it was alien to everyone. A macabre spirit sneaked into people’s lives like a myth from nowhere and haunted them seemingly by quirks of fate, took possession of their bodies, one by one, invisibly, hollowly, silently, until wearing them down in a slow, unbearable loss of life.
These are statistical facts that have been verified consistently over the past five to ten years (cf. UNAIDS/WHO 2004; WHO 2010; UNAIDS/UNIFEM 2010). Theatre is the mode of testimony and dissent that reveals such complex, biased and inequitable conditions on a community level and, as long as it is not fully recognized by policy-makers, community theatre will continue to fail as no other HIV prevention dare fail. In what follows I will provide a brief historical background by showing how HIV prevention schemes and CBT projects have been developed in parallel and gradually converging trajectories, from top-heavy, expert-driven campaigns to bottom-up approaches increasingly owned and run by community residents.
Community Theatre and AIDS (Studies in International Performance) by O. Johansson