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“We’re trying to focus a lot on gang leaders.” She also adds that the “line-ups” are frequent and will spread HIV/AIDS rapidly.Her youth workers group, made up mainly of volunteers and just eight staff, targets the messages at those potential perpetrators and educates them about the wrongs of gender violence, and tells them about the risk of infecting themselves with HIV. But some are afraid and won’t even shake the hands of those living with HIV.” It was not easy at first for Samilo to come to terms with her status when she was just a teenager, and to come out publicly last year.“Teachers’ capacity needs to be improved, so they can talk about sexual health, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in their normal curriculum.” UNICEF has supported the development of school materials on HIV/AIDS prevention and care that are currently used in some selected schools in three provinces in the country.
Conditions in the mainland and surrounding islands of 5.4 million people are fertile for a rapid spread of HIV/AIDS.
“The usual ABCD message won’t necessarily work here; we need to look at the culture and traditions and see what practices makes young people vulnerable to HIV/AIDS” says Joe Anang, UNICEF Consultant for HIV/AIDS.