Whizzkids United booklets

We worked with Africaid charity Whizzkids United to produce booklets on a number of key issues.

HIV

Whizzkids United and Cardiff University collaborated on a comic strip project in South Africa, where young people produced a booklet about their experience of living with HIV/AIDS.

Whizzkids United vs HIV

Whizzkids United vs HIV

15 October 2015

Read all about how Whizzkids United is tackling HIV through football and comics workshops.

PDF

Preventing Ebola

Young people in Ghana are helping in the fight to prevent the spread of Ebola through an innovative comic strip project developed by academics from the School and delivered by WhizzKids United.

Ebola booklet

Ebola booklet

19 October 2015

Thirty young people in Ghana have designed comic strips to help spread key messages about Ebola prevention to the community.

PDF

Printing instructions

We recommend printing the HIV booklet in colour if possible. You can use the standard PDF to print each page separately:

Creating a folded A5 booklet

To correctly print the folded A5 booklet you need to print back to back on A4, with the pages in a special order, so that when the A4 sheets are folded and stapled everything is in the correct place.

We have set up the pages for you, so that you just need to tell your printer to print double-sided.

Some printers turn the page (to print on the back) along the short edge, and some along the long edge. If your printer turns on the long edge, then the reverse side images have to be upside down, to come out the correct way up.

If you don't know which way your printer turns the page, print pages 1 and 2 of long edge version and fold the paper in half to make a mini booklet. If all the pages are the right way up, then you should use the long edge version for printing. If two of them are the wrong way up, then you should use the short edge version.

We recommend printing the booklet in colour if possible. You can print each page separately using the standard Ebola pdf: 

Creating a folded A5 booklet

To correctly print the folded A5 booklet, you need to print back to back on A4, with the pages in a special order, so that when the A4 sheets are folded and stapled everything is in the correct place.

We have set up the pages for you, so that you just need to tell your printer to print double-sided.

Some printers turn the page (to print on the back) along the short edge, and some along the long edge. If your printer turns on the long edge, then the reverse side images have to be upside down, to come out the correct way up.

For the booklet on a printer that turns on the short edge, use this link 

For the booklet on a printer that turns on the long edge, use this link 

If you don't know which way your printer turns the page, print pages 1 and 2 of long edge version and fold the paper in half to make a mini booklet. If all the pages are the right way up, then you should use the long edge version for printing. If two of them are the wrong way up, then you should use the short edge version.

Contact us 

For correspondence please contact info@africaid.org.uk