Prince Harry young people have at the heart of so many initiatives,
and Sentebale's upcoming campaign will again put them at the forefront and center
a very important cause. The World AIDS Day (December 1) is a charitable leadership for young people
advocates take over radio stations in Botswana to talk openly about
The initiative hopes that this generation will lead to the fight
against the virus, and will do so through a campaign titled "Radio
Positive "- Five hours of young people talking about the African epidemic and
calling for the youth to join the movement. With the help of Sentebale and
Harry's passion for defending on behalf of young voices, the participants will be
have the opportunity to talk openly about HIV / AIDS and help to end stigma and
discrimination in the country.
But this is not the first time the Prince, 34, worked
to mobilize efforts to transform the conversation around the health of the continent
epidemic. Only in 2016 was Daddy facing the Sentebale campaign
#FeelNoShame, where he encouraged people to be open to their fighting. in
video, said, "Show us
support for Lesotho children [where Sentebale works] and help reduce it
a stigma for all who are affected by HIV, this AIDS AIDS day has forgotten
the day when no one felt that they were interested in their secrets. Together we can
tackle stigma surrounding HIV and give young people who wear them
childhood they deserve. Childhood that many of us take for granted. "
and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho co-founded the organization in 2006 to help secure
that the most vulnerable children in the country were encouraged to continue and
to lead a healthy life. For more than a decade, the son of Princess Diana has devoted a lot
his life to draw attention to the urgent issue of extreme poverty and
who suffer from HIV / AIDS – a cause that was also close into your mother's heart. He first inspired him
its energy into cause after a gap year in Lesotho in 2004, and has
since she received a public HIV test with Rihanna in Barbados on World AIDS Day v
2016 and again to mark the national HIV testing week in 2018.
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