For over a decade now the National Youth Service Corp scheme, a scheme were fresh graduates are employed by the government for a period of one year  has provided a platform for public advocacy / awareness in Nigeria on prevention and care for people living with or affected by HIV. Recently a member of staff of Vision1health was trained and selected to become a Master Trainer. We joined other bodies in recruiting and training the next batch of Corp Peer Education Trainers CPETs who were selected voluntarily from the Youth Corp Members in their various Orientation Camps and whose mandates were to each train 40 secondary school students on Reproductive health, HIV&AIDS prevention and care. These secondary school student’s, would therefore act as Peer Educators by influencing and educating their peers in their individual communities to bring about a behavioral change that can lead to them making informed decisions thereby protecting and safeguarding a better future. We are happy to lend our wit and strength to the AIDS response guiding global youth towards one goal: Zero HIV: Zero AIDS Related Deaths, Zero New Infections and Zero Stigma

3 thoughts on “Home

    esther said:
    September 26, 2013 at 4:10 pm

    Really nice

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