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Friday, 20 November 2009

World AIDS Day 2009


The Bellville South Civic Centre have invited Dr Ashraf Mohammed and his team of the HIV/AIDS Unit of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology to partake and commemorate World AIDS day in Bellville South Civic Centre.

The aim of this event is to create awareness, inform and educate broader community of Bellville South about the issues surrounding HIV/AIDS/STI&TB in the community.

Date: 1 December 2009
Start Time: 10:00
End Time: 16:00
Venue: Bellville South Civic Centre
Cost /Entrance Fee: Free
Who is invited: Open to public

The HIV/AIDS Unit with Peer Educators and Heath Promoters will perform an AIDS Role-Play to demonstrate the progress from HIV infection to AIDS stage and subsequent death by opportunistic infections. Dr Mohammed of HIV/AIDS Unit will also simulate the HIV/AIDS epidemic to demonstrate how quickly HIV is spreading

Other Stakeholders include Managers of Day Hospital, City of Cape Town Ward 9, South African Police Service Bellville South, SAPS Victim Empowerment Group, SAPS Police Forum, HIV Drama Group, Touching Nations, HOPE, TB Care and Sport and Recreation.

For enquiries, contact Dr Ashraf Mohammed at (021) 4604252/3 or Dhakir Christians at (021) 9513367.

Written by CPUT News