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Published on Jan 15, 2013
This is a shortened version of the film SASA!
'Sasa' is a Kiswahili word, meaning 'now'. Now is the time to begin thinking differently about preventing violence against women and HIV/AIDS. The 30-minute documentary film tells two women's personal stories of violence and HIV/AIDS.
This film is one of the many resources developed by Raising Voices as a part of an Activist Kit on violence against women and HIV/AIDS. Also called SASA!, the kit provides a conceptual framework and useful hands-on resources for VAW and HIV/AIDS organizations looking to address the link.
The Activist Kit was written by Lori Michau and developed by Raising Voices.
The film was produced by Chanda Chevannes and Lori Michau, directed by Chanda Chevannes and shot and edited by Nathan Shields. It was co-produced by Raising Voices and The People's Picture Company, with funding from: HIVOS, The Ford Foundation and the Sigrid Rausing Trust.