Prince Harry young people are at the center of so many initiatives,
and the upcoming Campaign Sentebel puts them back in front and center for a
a very important cause. A charity youth guide on the World Aids Day (December 1)
Defenders take over radio stations in Botswana to speak frankly about this
The initiative hopes that this generation will be inspired
against the virus, and will do so with a campaign called "Radio."
Positive "- five hours of young people talking about the African epidemic and
that young people should join the movement. With the help of Senteball and
Harry is a passion for defending in the name of young voices, will be the participants
have the opportunity to speak frankly about HIV / AIDS and help eliminate stigma and
discrimination in the country.
But that's not for the first time when the prince, 34, worked
mobilize efforts to move talks about the health of the continent
epidemic. Back in 2016, he was the dad who was the face of Sentebal's campaign
#FeelNoShame, where he encouraged people to open their battles. V
video, he said: "To show our own
support for children from Lesotho [where Sentebale works] and help reduce
stigmatism for all those affected by HIV, we turn this World Aids Day into
the day when no one would feel ashamed of their secrets. You can do it together
eliminate the stigma that surrounds HIV, and provide young people with the opportunity to bear it
They deserve their childhood. Childhood, which many of us take for granted. "
and Prince Seeiso from Lesotho co-founded the organization in 2006 to provide assistance
that the most vulnerable children in the country have been supported to continue and
Keep a healthy life. For more than a decade, the son of Princess Diana has dedicated a great deal of dedication
his life, to draw attention to the urgent issue of extreme poverty and to
patients with HIV / AIDS – a cause that was also close in the heart of her mother. He first inspired him
its energy into the cause of the year 's loopholes in Lesotho in 2004, and is
since he got a public HIV test with Rihanna in Barbados on the World AIDS Day in Ljubljana
2016 and again to mark the national HIV testing week in 2018.
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