An inside look at the people, places, and events that together make the BHP.
Mochudi Project Logo contest
To help foster community involvement with the Mochudi Prevention Project in Botswana, children from local schools were asked to participate in a logo design contest.
Harvard President Visits the Botswana–Harvard Partnership
Harvard President Drew Faust toured clinics and laboratories of the Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership (BHP) on the first visit of a sitting Harvard president to Africa.
Children’s Paintings at the BHP
The paintings that decorate the walls of the Botswana–Harvard Partnership headquarters were painted by the children of Standard7 at Northside Primary School in 2005 under the direction of Mr. Garth Kitching, who generously donated his time. Ria Madison, Chief Operations Officer of the BHP, initiated the project to add colour to the offices and also get children’s perspectives on HIV/AIDS. The painters were between 12 and 13 years old.