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Meet Tim Dormer – the HERO Intern

by Tim Dormer in Cause

To find out more about my HERO Intern experience and to watch the amazing documentary of me in Botswana, sign-up to HERO”s database for an exclusive preview before the content goes live. Great competitions and prizes are also offered, so choose to be a HERO and sign-up today http://www.herocondoms.com.au/#contact_section I first came across the brand […]

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Sunday Was One of the most inspiring days for the HERO team

by David in Cause

With the help of our partners at ‘Bona Naledi’ the HERO team hosted a local soccer tournament in Old Naledi. Four teams battled it out on a dirt soccer pitch for the victory; namely Zola Masters, Township Rollers Supporters Club, Gaborone United Supporters Club and Bona Naledi FC. The HERO team used this day as […]

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Day 3 and the HERO team awoke to a very exciting opportunity…

by David in Cause

Day 3 and the HERO team awoke to a very exciting opportunity to feature on Flava Dome – a youth based program on Botswana Television (BTV). HERO’s Founder and CEO Dustin Leonard was interviewed along side ‘Bona Naledi’s’ founder Salim Thabang Kegodile, to promote the community based events we had planned in Gaborone, in both […]

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Touch down; Team HERO has landed in Botswana – an amazing country with such beautiful people

by David in Cause

HERO is in Botswana not only to donate 500,000 custom designed condoms, but to also meet with Government officials and NGOs to discuss and implement a formal plan for distribution and how we can integrate our condoms into a best practice model for prevention of the spread of HIV/AIDS in Botswana. HERO have set some […]

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Botswana Battles Against ‘Extinction’

by David in Cause

If there is anywhere in the world where a model for the treatment of HIV and Aids is needed, it is Botswana. This landlocked country in southern Africa has the highest incidence of the condition, almost 40% of its adult population being infected. The average life expectancy has just fallen below 40 years for the first time since 1950.

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HERO, YOHO & WALK THE TALK CONCERT!

by David in Cause

So with only 5 days to plan, organize and promote the concert… The time has come to see if we can pull it off!  Keep in mind that it’s also a Wednesday afternoon… A Friday or Saturday would have been preferable, but our flight leaves in less than 24 hours so time does not permit. […]

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LAST WEEK IN BOTSWANA!

by David in Cause

Kabo and I hit the ground running on Monday.  We had meetings at the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education in the morning and then a radio interview in the afternoon.  The interview was at the RB2 network and Salim (from the YOHO) accompanied us to inform about our work in Botswana as well […]

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HERO IS HEADING TO BOTSWANA!

by David in Cause

That’s right, HERO is heading to Botswana. We will be with the University of Sydney Walk the Talk crew as they are preparing to have their documentary included into the curriculum of various institutions throughout the country. The documentary focuses on the role that people already infected with HIV/AIDS can play in educating the wider […]

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