SODI calls for more financial commitments for the fight against HIV/AIDS Germany while for 2011 to 2013 a total 600 million euro to the Global Fund in view of raised, only significant protests of civil society. Because these funds by far insufficient to combat HIV/AIDS worldwide, SODI prompts the Federal Government continue to increase the resources. The Berlin non-governmental organization solidarity service international enters one of the regions hit hardest by HIV mainly in sub-Saharan Africa the HIV/AIDS education. Together, SODI encourages with his partner Gezubuso projects in the Southern African region of KwZulu-Natal HIV/AIDS educational programmes for children and young people. According to the South African survey, nearly 16 percent of the population of HIV/AIDS are affected the most teenagers and young adults in this region. The cause is often lack of sex education. Also, HIV/AIDS awareness projects and information campaigns are prevalent offered in cities. Therefore the rate of HIV/AIDS in rural areas is particularly high”, so Juanita MacKay, Director of Gezubuso projects.
With the SODI project, a total of over 4,000 students and pupils be elucidated about HIV/AIDS. The boys and girls are taught together this creates mutual understanding. Enlightenment teaching above all by means of colouring books and talks takes place at the younger age groups. However, discussions and role-playing games take place in older classes. By early enlightenment, awareness can be created already in childhood for this life-threatening disease. To further support projects to the HIV/AIDS education in South Africa, we need your donations under the password of South Africa”on the SODI donations 10 20 100 at the Bank for social economy, BLZ 100 205 00.