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From: Advocacy – Footsteps 45

How to speak out and take action to change situations and bring about justice

We carried out a survey in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo to analyse certain factors concerning AIDS among young people. Our findings included the following information:

From the survey we realise that, though many people know how AIDS is transmitted, they are sceptical about their own risk of infection – which prevents them changing their behaviour. How can we help change this?

Kabangu-wa-Katanga Gilbert, Bunia (RDC), PO Box 160, Nebbi, Uganda.


TALC stock a number of excellent resources in communicating the facts about HIV/AIDS, including the Strategies for Hope series and Stepping Stones. Their address is: PO Box 49, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 5TX, UK.

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