As technologies advance, better treatment is available and HIV becomes less threatening. But HIV/AIDS continues to pose a threat to people largely due to a widespread lack of knowledge, a reluctance to get tested and fear of stigma and discrimination for those positively diagnosed.
Our programs are designed to provide young people with a sound knowledge base about HIV/AIDS, the confidence to evaluate choices and think about the respective consequences before making positive, healthy decisions.
Our programs are guided by our values and core commitments. We present young people with comprehensive information about:
- The facts about HIV/AIDS
- Methods of prevention
- Access to testing and counselling
- Stigma and discrimination