Prince Harry It has young people in the heart of so many initiatives,
and the next Sentebale campaign puts them in front and center again for
very important cause. On World AIDS Day (December 1), Let's Lead Youth of Charity
lawyers take over radio stations in Botswana to speak openly about the
The initiative hopes to inspire this generation to fight
against the virus, and they will do it through a campaign called "Radio"
Positive "- five hours of youth who talk about Africa's epidemic and
asking young people to join the movement. With the help of Sentebale i
Harry's passion to defend on behalf of young voices, the participants will do so
Have the opportunity to talk openly about HIV / AIDS and help you to end the stigma and
discrimination in the country.
But definitely this is not the first time that the prince, 34, has worked
mobilize efforts to rethink conversations on the health of the continent
epidemic Already in 2016, the father-to-be was the face of the campaign of Sentebale
#FeelNoShame, where he encouraged people to be open about their struggles. In
the video said: "Show our"
support for children in Lesotho [where Sentebale works] and help reduce the
Stigma for all those affected by HIV, we are turning this World AIDS Day into one
Day in which no one should feel any shame about their secrets. Together, we can
Face the stigma that surrounds HIV and give young people that carry it
children they deserve. Childhood, so many of us take for granted. "
and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho co-founded the organization in 2006 to help make sure
That the most vulnerable children in the country were supported to move on and
bring healthy lives For more than a decade, the son of Princess Diana has devoted much
of his life to draw attention to the urgent question of extreme poverty and poverty
Victims of HIV / AIDS – a cause that was also close in the heart of his mother. He was the first inspired to put
His energies in the cause after his year in Lesotho in 2004, and he has done so
Since he obtained a public HIV test with Rihanna in Barbados on World AIDS Day at
2016 and again to mark the national HIV testing week in 2018.
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