This report is an evaluation of how international policies on HIV prevention can be understood through a postcolonial perspective and how these prevention strategies are mirrored nationally and locally in Babati, Tanzania. To get familiarity with these aims I have focused on
Tanzania is one of the countries in the world with the highest rates of HIV-infection. Since there is no cure, not even life prolonging drugs available for Tanzanians, HIV-prevention must focus on making people change behaviour; that is practice safer sex. This study explores how Tanzanian media workers approach the issues of HIV/AIDS and sexuality.