Zambian charity stitches footballs to kick out HIV

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A charity in Zambia is using football to spread the message of safe sex -- and stop the transmission of HIV. 'Alive and Kicking' employs disabled people to produce the footballs, which are used in health awareness workshops for teens. An estimated 1.2 million Zambians are living with HIV.

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