Rise Clubs in Reddersburg Free State commemorating World AIDS Day and 16 Days of Activism

Three Rise Young Women clubs from Reddersburg (Girls do just, Pretty tough and Stars of tomorrow) held a combination of World Aids Day and 16 Days of Activism in conjunction with the department of Health, particularly Phekolong Clinic as well as the Soul Buddies Club from Itemeleng Primary School in Reddersburg on 4 December 2015.

The Day started with Cultural Dances presented by the Soul Buddyz and Rise members, followed by a march through the streets of Matoporong, Reddersburg where after a formal programme started in the local community hall – Matoporong.

Some of the highlights of the event was a message given by Palesa Mokooane, FS Soul City Coordinator regarding the youths roles and responsibilities in the fight against HIV/Aids, a Candle light memorial service ceremony, poetry, drama, music, drama, gum boots dancing and a very powerful Aids Day song composed and presented by the Rise clubs themselves.

The following stakeholders all participated in the day:

  • AAH
  • Itemeleng Soul Buddyz
  • Engo Family Care (NGO)
  • Department of Health

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