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A JOURNEY TO ERADICATE HIV/AIDS


By VEIKHO ASANII
Dimapur, Apr. 1. DBCMaram 1 April 2011 ( www.dbcmaram.org ): An outreach programme was conducted at St. Xavier School Makhan, Manipur, by the ''Red Ribbon Clubs'' (RRC) volunteers of Don Bosco College, Maram on 10 March 2011.  The programme aimed to harness the potential in students in spreading the message of drugs use prevention, HIV/AIDS, sex and sexuality among them and the community in general.
The Principal, Fr. Louis; the Vice Principal, Fr Bung Song; the teachers and the students of Classes VIII-IX attended the programme. Adequate information on sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS, the evils of drug use, etc. were shared with the participants. The programme succeeded in targeting the young students as agents of change and source of information about HIV/AIDS. The volunteers of RRC conveyed the message of the day through speeches and songs. The special numbers that were sung made a great impression on the audience.

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