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Lifecycles: A Story of AIDS in Malawi Wikipedia
Lifecycles: A Story of AIDS in Malawi is a 2003 documentary from directors Sierra Bellows and Doug Karr focusing on the AIDS epidemic in Malawi, Africa.
Lifecycles: a Story of AIDS in Malawi is an hour-long documentary film shot over an eight-month period on location in Malawi, Africa. Malawi won't perish, but must grow with the virus as catalyst. Lifecycles provides a detailed glimpse into the lives of the Malawian people living with HIV and AIDS. Directors Doug Karr and Sierra Bellows travel across Malawi bringing us a glimpse of a complex situation that encompasses sadness and hope, defeat and renewal.Minister of Health - Aleke Banda
Traditional Healer & Midwife - Dr. Kondanani Kaluwa
Person Living with HIV & Director of MANET - Victor Kamanga
Head of the Internal Medicine at Lilongwe Central Hospital - Dr. Stefan Luftl
Speaker of the National Assembly - HonorableSam MpasuM.P.
Traditional Healer - Ireen Ntonyo
HIV / AIDS Activist - Catherine Phiri
Commercial Sex Worker - Magie Phiri
Person Living with AIDS - Mphasto Tambala
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