TV reports and video clips showing Clare Kalkwarf


TV reports

in English in German
6 April 2006

Blessed Gérard's
Care Centre
28 November 2004

Chancen für Afrika
im Kampf gegen AIDS
30 April 2004

The reality of AIDS in Africa today
9 April 2002

AIDS - Der vierjährige Thembinkosi stirbt
5 August 2003

Pioneering AIDS treatment
in South Africa
 

Video: An Everlasting Brotherhood

Brotherhood of Blessed Gérard - Foundation Bruderschaft
des Seligen Gerhard -
Gründung
Blessed Gérard's
Children's Home
Blessed Gérard's
Kinderheim
Blessed Gérard's
HIV/AIDS Education Programme
Blessed Gérard's
HIV/AIDS
Aufklärungs-Programm
Blessed Gérard's Malnutrition Clinic Blessed Gérard's
Klinik für unterernährte Kinder

Video: A piece of South Africa - no tourist ever sees.

 
Clare Kalkwarf is the narrator in this "historical" video from 1993

Video: Ein Stück Südafrika wie kein Tourist es kennt

 



The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC 1) filmed this report as part of the Visionaries in Africa Media Campaign for the Volunteer series "Spririt in action" on SPIRIT SUNDAE, on the morning of the very day, when Clare was murdered:

The report was brodcast on SABC 1 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. on 04 June 2006

 

"On 6 April 2006, South Africa and the global community were shocked by the brutal murder of dedicated humanitarian Mrs Clare Kalkwarf of Blessed Gérard's Care Centre. On the morning of this very tragic day we had filmed Clare and other Blessed Gérard's volunteers for Spirit Sundae as Visionaries In Africa."



The reality of AIDS in Africa today

 

30 April 2004: Neill Connery reports on Blessed Gérard's Hospice and Blessed Gérard's Children's Home in Mandeni, South Africa.


The 1st National AIDS-Conference in South Africa

was the occasion that a TV crew from BBC London visited Blessed Gérard’s Hospice and filmed scenes from our palliative care. Hilary Andersson’s impressive report on the inequality of access to antiretroviral medication was broadcast in the BBC Newsnight programme on 5 August 2003 and surely played a role to persuade the South African Government to make a declaration of intent to roll out antiretroviral medication to the public in future.

AIDS conference
Hilary Andersson reported from the first national AIDS conference in South Africa, and asked why the Pretoria government's own policies mean that drugs which are saving lives in developed countries are being denied to the poor.

 


ZU GAST - Der Missionsbenediktiner Gerhard Lagleder leitet in Südafrika ein Hospiz für Aidskranke.
Seit Jahren arbeiten er und seine Mitbrüder gegen die Seuche Aids.
Häufig recht unbemerkt von der breiten Öffentlichkeit in Mitteleuropa.
Welch bedrohliche Auswirkungen die Immunschwächekrankheit hat, das wird zum Weltaidstag am 1. Dezember deutlich.
Ob es für Afrika Chancen gibt im Kampfs gegen Aids, darüber sprach Andrea Haagn mit Pater Gerhard in Würzburg.

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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