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To Raise a Son
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Language(s): Russian",   subtitles: Eng

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Each word from the well-known proverb "Every man has to build a house, to plant a tree and to raise a son", has become special for Mr Nurali Amanzholov. Mr Nurali learned to live with HIV, but one thought haunted him: he had no children.

This movie was produced during the Central Asian training on a critical analysis of coverage of topics of HIV and AIDS on television (6-10 June 2011, in KIMEP) and within UNESCO Cluster Office's project "Central Asian Network for young television producers and support of key populations".

This training contributed to the implementation of the UNESCO strategy for journalists in the HIV and AIDS media coverage. The production obtained the support of KIMEP (Kazakhstan) and UNESCO Office in Almaty.

Operator and Video Engineer: KIMEP and representatives of the Public Television and Radio Corporation of Kyrgyz Republic (OTRK).

Responsibility for the selection and presentation of the facts in the TV program brings the author. The views expressed in the program views do not necessarily reflect the views of UNESCO and do not impose any obligation on it. Used in this television program, refer to the materials and do not imply the expression of any view of UNESCO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or the demarcation of their borders.

Place/country: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
Type: Radio.TV.Report
Duration: 00:05:48
Author/director: Zarina Sayfudinova ,
Published in:2011

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