Jornal Cidadania • Edition 55 • Year 7 - July / August 2010
living with HIV / AIDS
Fourteen years ago, access to antiretrovirals brought about a revolution in the life of children and adolescents with HIV in the country. A look at the new reality of a generation that finally has the chance to dream
See the interview with museologist Marilúcia Bottallo, coordinator of the Bunge Memory Center and historian Claudia Fonseca, responsible for corporate memory projects of big companies such as Votorantim and Petrobras.
Architect Joice Genaro, one of the founders of Community Architects (see article in Citizenship 55), advocates that the development of an architectural design plan for low-income community housing is not only possible, but necessary. See the interview.
In 1950, Brazil hosted its first World Cup. The event had more political than financial impact (not to mention the emotional impact of the defeat, “our Hiroshima,” according to Brazilian author Nelson Rodrigues)
Architects Joice Genaro and Daniela Zacardi met each other at COHAB/Campinas (Campinas Popular Housing Company), working with slum urbanization projects and land ownership legalization. Together, they began to think of ways to use their profession to improve people’s lives further.
With a program capable of forecasting the number of hospital admissions that will occur in the next few days, a researcher creates an important tool for public health in the country
Understand why your company’s past and accumulated knowledge have strategic value for the future
Biologist argues that the country should employ more scientists in the Amazon, if it wants to ensure sovereignty over the region. “Whoever produces the best information will win this war.”
The Jornal Cidadania is a Bunge Foundation publication, it was released in 2001, it's objective is to spread knowledge and ideas and estimulate actions and sustentable practices.
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