Prince harry has young people at the center of so many initiatives
and the upcoming Sentebale campaign again puts them ahead and to the center
very important reason. On World AIDS Day (December 1), Let Youth Lead charitable organization
lawyers take over radio stations in Botswana to talk openly about
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 young people talking about the epidemic in Africa and
urging young people to join the movement. Using sentebale and
Harry's passion for speaking on behalf of young voices,
have the opportunity to talk openly about HIV / AIDS and help end stigma and
discrimination in the country.
But this is definitely not the first time the prince, 34, has worked
mobilize to reconsider talk about health of the continent
epidemic. Back in 2016, Dad was the face of the Sentebale campaign.
#FeelNoShame, where he encouraged people to open their fight. AT
video, he said: “To show our
child support Lesotho [where Sentebale works] and help reduce
stigma for all people affected by hiv we transform this world aids day
a day when no one should be ashamed of their secrets. Together we can
fight HIV stigma and give young people
childhood they deserve. A childhood that many of us take for granted. ”
and in 2006, Prince Villezo of Lesotho was one of the founders of the organization
that the most vulnerable children in the country
lead healthy lives. For more than a decade, the son of Princess Diana devoted much
attention to the urgent question of extreme poverty and
HIV / AIDS sufferers – a cause that was also close to mother's heartFirst he was inspired
his energy in this business after his break in Lesotho in 2004 and
after having received a public HIV test with Rihanna in Barbados on AIDS Day in
2016 and again celebrate the national HIV testing week in 2018.
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