Each year, in observance of World AIDS Day on December 1, GFA-supported pastors and Bridge of Hope centers take the opportunity to help inform their communities of the deadly virus and offer ways to prevent its spread. Students, parents, Bridge of Hope staff, pastors and teachers work together to organize educational programs and awareness rallies for their local villages.
Students shout slogans like “Know AIDS, No AIDS!” as they march through the streets to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS.
Educational Meeting Warns Young Adults
In order to educate young people about the HIV virus and the effects it can have on a person’s health, GFA-supported youth fellowship workers organized an AIDS awareness program in a local, government-run school.
During three sessions, 80 students, joined by school staff, listened as a medical doctor spoke about the causes of AIDS and its potential to lead to death. An educational video provided the program attendees with practical information on how to prevent contracting the HIV virus, and a GFA-supported pastor shared about the importance of life. Both students and school staff were grateful for the program the youth group provided.
Bridge of Hope Students Help Inform Their Communities
Another way GFA-supported workers educate people about HIV/AIDS is through World AIDS Day Awareness Rallies organized by Bridge of Hope centers…
Hanin personally understands the painful effects of living with AIDS. Read the miraculous story of her mourning turned to joy here.
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