Launching the Science Spaza newspaper at SciFest 2014

Launching the Science Spaza newspaper at...

Jive Africa launched the first ever Science Spaza newspaper at SciFest Africa in Grahamstown in the week 11th to 14th March 2014. The first issue of Spaza Space offers exciting news from some of the Science Spaza clubs, articles, cool competitions, new branded resources and much much more… To read more about this exciting publication and to see photographs of the launch and download the paper, go to www.sciencespaza.org.
Exciting final for FameLab South Africa

Exciting final for FameLab South Africa

Forget what you think you know about scientists. Do yourself a favour and meet the next generation. They’re fired up and they’re out to change the world. The FameLab finalists intrigued and entertained the audience and judges with their science talks at the national final at SciFest Africa in Grahamstown. Nine phenomenal finalists took to the stage but there could only be one winner and it is…Raven Motsewabangwe from the North-West University in Mafikeng. Raven impressed the judges with his talk on viral infections and conveyed information to the audience...
Paediatric HIV Disclosure Intervention in Uganda

Paediatric HIV Disclosure Intervention i...

Jive Africa is once again honoured to be working with Dr Lisa Butler from Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. We have produced an educational documentary and a training course to support caregivers through a process of disclosing to the children in their care. We have now been awarded funding from the Boston Children’s Hospital’s Aerosmith Fund for HIV Care and Prevention to support the expansion of our educational film, 'The Power of Knowing' to a fuller length documentary which we will develop for sharing with a global audience....
Creating interactive media for CHAT (Community Health-worker Assistive Technology)

Creating interactive media for CHAT (Com...

Jive Media Africa is excited to be working with Prof Lisa Butler, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Prof Jim Slotta, University of Toronto, and Thandanani Children’s Foundation (Pietermaritzburg, SA) in the development of interactive media for the Community Health worker Assistive Technology (CHAT) project – an innovative mHealth initiative in KZN, SA. We are using various media including animation and video to assist community health workers as they impart crucial health messaging to impoverished South African households. These health workers are...