Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth

by Education Fights AIDS Cameroon
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Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Providing HIV services to 20,000 Cameroonian youth
Dec 1, 2015

AEFA GIVES SMILE TO STUDENTS

In order to be part of 2015/2016 academic year school resuming, AEFA Cameroon gave some scholar materials to PVVIH women’s Children. This was through the ceremony of donation organized at the conference hall of AEFA Sunday 7th September 2015. Some fifteen students and mothers received each scholar materials from the secretary general of AEFA Cameroon who asked beneficial to work hard during this year in order to success. Each back of gift was constituted to pens, pencils, books, razors, calculators, arm board evaluated at 100.000 Franc CFA. Beneficial’s are children of PLHIV belonging to AJEPS of Maroua. According to the president of AEFA Cameroon, it’s very important to be interested to the education domain at this moment where every student is looking for school way and it’s one of the major field of AEFA’s intervention which help to educate and sensitize youth of our associations. We are even looking strategies to make performances of those students to be an attractive one in their different schools. Some receivers expressed their gratitude in the following steep.
I ‘am called KERA, I am in class six they gave me books for the new academic year for that I say thank you and it will help me to study and I want to be a doctor.
Through people of USA, AEFA gives us gift for this academic year. I thank you very much; May Good blessed those donators.
I am called BERTRAND student in 3ème in government secondary school Makabaye-Maroua.
Good evening I am called Nafisatou,
I have been promoted to 2nd this gift is encouraging and I want
to become a teacher.
I am called MARTIN in 3ème in government high school Doualaré-Maroua. It’s Good who gives us this wonderful opportunity which gave a lot of pleasure; and i thank AEFA for all its efforts.
YAYA, member of AJEPS I’ am very satisfied for the gift giving to us. I was daunting to look for a way to by books to my sisters and brothers it’s now an easy task for me.
I first of all thank AEFA because parents are facing a lot of difficulties for the school resuming precisely with the insecurity problem which cannot permit parents to follow their Incoming generated activities. We plead that donators should not forget their associations because we are looking to do that king of action each year for children coming from PLHIV.
As a mother I have the pleasure to say thank you to people of USA. Thank you to AEFA which use to guide us. My child will to school with all his books through this gift.

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Maroua, Extreme North Province Cameroon
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