Great idea… Horrible, horrible, horrible voice over.
The animation is quite alright, but not different from what used to be in the last edition. How can it get to Nigeria in good time, because most of what we have now are expired.
I think the FC products that are being tested and used in Africa are a bit different than this one – there are a few international companies that have been working on FCs outside of the US. Our Food and Drug Administration approval process for medical devices is pretty slow, so there are a variety of options available outside the U.S. That of course doesn't solve your stated problem of expired products. Hopefully with increased attention on the FCs, ngos will be able to help get them more widely distributed.
Here are a few pics of two different FCs, made of latex and nitrile, that are being tested and marketed internationally: http://www.flickr.com/photos/iwhc/sets/7215761133…
Good to see improvements in this area.
What's with the voiceover? .. couldn't they find someone who didn't have cold?
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Communications Officer, IWHC
Audacia Ray is a former Communications Officer and consultant for IWHC.