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“Parents and teachers should be sensitized to teach us about reproductive health and they should tell us the reality so that the government can find solutions for HIV/AIDS among children and youth.”
L-R:Teta Toyota;Sharon Byandaga;Innocent Karemera;Shakira Byandaga
L-R:Teta Toyota;Sharon Byandaga;Innocent Karemera;Shakira Byandaga

“Parents and teachers should be sensitized to teach us about reproductive health and they should tell us the reality so that the government can find solutions for HIV/AIDS among children and youth.”

Patrick Hirwa, 15, St Andre, S.5.

“If I was a leader, I would do everything in my power to facilitate all children to go to schools. This is because when they are idle and uneducated, they easily get engaged in bad habits and could end up getting infected by HIV.”

Sanah Umulinga Kayijamahe, 16, Glory Secondary School, S.5.

“I learnt that being infected with HIV is not the end of life. Medication is available and it helps people to live longer with HIV unlike those who never get treatment.”

Impamo Avy Vriguel, 11“Parents should know how to speak to children about HIV because if they don’t, more children will be infected because they are ignorant.”

Rosine Uwase, 14, St Marie Relne, S.2.

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