The Voices in Health program was launched in Kenya in 2003; a time when around 700 people were dying as a result of HIV complications every day.  Since then hundreds of journalists have been trained to write responsibly about HIV/AIDS issues, with a particular focus on making the science accessible whilst dispelling myths and preventing stigma.

The complex and often culturally sensitive constellation of issues related to sexual and reproductive health, HIV prevention and testing and gender make it particularly important for journalists to report in a way that is accurate and supports national and local efforts.

Voices in Health incorporates carefully designed strands of activity in all media forms (Radio, TV, Print, Online and Photo Journalism). Internews hope to ensure that the program builds sustainable skills that contribute to the overall viability of media outlets while simultaneously enriching, informing and diversifying the information environment around HIV/AIDS and other target health issues.

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