Youth Warned Against Indiscriminate Sex

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Responding to some of the questions raised by the children on HIV/AIDS, Mrs Grace Abekah, a nurse at the Family Planning Department of Central Regional Hospital, advised the children to stay away from unprotected sex.

Mrs Abekah said the HIV/AIDs was becoming prevalent among the youth and therefore cautioned the children not to be influenced by their peers to engage in any unhealthy sexual practices.

The Director of the organisation, Ms Daniela Suhr said the organisation would continue to provide support for children and people living with HIV/AIDS.

Ms Suhr noted that stigmatization was one of the factors hindering many people from getting tested to know their HIV status.

That, she said, was worrying and contributing to the spread of the disease.

She therefore called on all stakeholders to help with the education of the public on the disease to enable people to get tested.

“We need to understand the HIV/AIDS well so that we can protect ourselves from contracting the disease”, she said.

Ms Suhr further commended all the sponsors particularly, Succeed e.v, Germany, Ghana Education Service Directorate of the Komenda-Edina-Eguafo-Abrem (KEEA) Municipality, Bingo Lottery and all the participatory schools for their contributions.

The Country Director of “Mayiwa Dawodo”, Mr Mawuli Aboagye expressed worry about how the media reported stories on the disease, saying “sometimes the kind of phrases and sentences the media use in their reportage is not encouraging at all”

Mr Aboagye said people should not see HIV/AIDS patients as an outcasts in the society.

He, however, appealed to the Ghana Education Service and Ghana Aids Commission to intensify their education at the basic school level to equip the pupils with the knowledge on the disease.

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