Monthly Archives: January 2014

MY TIME WITH ISIS

BY MEREDITH GREY, ISIS RESEARCH INTERN My first encounter with ISIS came about when I was doing a volunteer placement in rural Uganda and my father in Australia sent me an article profiling ISIS founder Audette Exel. Many aspects of … Read more

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NOW YOU CAN REALLY SEE US COMING!

BY MOSES SSEKIDDE, KIWOKO HOSPITAL COMMUNITY BASED HEALTHCARE PROGRAMME MANAGER “It is at the community level that the outcome of the battle against AIDS will be decided. Local capacity for prevention, care and support efforts need to be recognised, affirmed … Read more

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Spotlight on global health

By Catherine Sanders, Research Associate, The ISIS Foundation ISIS research associate Catherine Sanders probes the nitty gritty of human behaviour to tackle global health problems At ISIS, we try to root our programs and interventions in tried-and-tested theories about human … Read more

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