The teenage poet tackling HIV through verse
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Kenyan teen using poetry to teach people about HIV and polio.

Kenyan teen Meshack first learnt about public health from his mother, who is a health volunteer.

Now, the 13-year-old uses poetry to educate people on the dangers of diseases like HIV and polio.

When he grows up, he aims to be a doctor so he can cure the diseases he sees people suffering from.

A BBC Africa One Minute Story by BBC What's New?

  • 17 Dec 2018
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