Awani Review

Complete News World

Rodez.  The Seda Group is mobilizing because 'the fighting must never stop'

Rodez. The Seda Group is mobilizing because ‘the fighting must never stop’

As part of World AIDS Day, December 1, the Sida collective in Rodez and several of its partners dedicate an entire afternoon to the theme at the Saint-Éloi neighborhood centre.

The Covid epidemic, which continues to sweep the world for months, has focused most of the discussions for several months, putting many equally important topics in the background. Like AIDS, which we don’t hear much about at the moment. However, the disease is still far from the map. Even worse, it may cause new victims. Especially among young people. The error, according to Noel Tardieu, “to the lack of preventive measures” In the field and in schools. “The fight against AIDS must not be stopped or weakened”, warns Rhodes’ HIV coordinator Relay.

In this context, an awareness session was organized in the afternoon as part of the International Day, on the 1st of December.

In the program of this meeting is open to everyone free of charge from 2 pm. In the center of the Saint-Éloi neighborhood: quick and anonymous performances, viewing and awarding of prizes for the video competition that began in 2019, information stands animated by the assembled partners within the collective Sida Rodez and battles animated by Onethihop and a concert for the crazy duo and touching everything from Plan Z. Meanwhile, the group will work on prevention of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with free distribution of condoms and materials, as well as a contest and games.

For more information, call 06 47 22 68 47.

See also  New consultation at Unisanté - Prolonged Covid is akin to a chronic disease