We’re both students at Gio Town Public school, Gio Town, District #4, grand Bassa County, Republic of Liberia, and 5th & 3rd grades, we are aged 10 and 11 years old respectively, and also fully participating in the RTC Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Program since it was introduced in our school by REACH THE CHILDREN LIBERIA INCORPORATED.
This program has helped us to learn much about our health; our thinking skills have developed that we’re able to make right decisions in order to be HIV/AIDS disease free and live a long loving live. We share the knowledge we have acquired from the lessons with our friends and relations in our respective communities. We’re much grateful to REACH THE CHILDREN ORGANIZATION for giving us such a golden opportunity. We pray and anticipate that this noble program will reach to every Liberian child.
Our dressing as shown in the picture represents our cultural heritage because we are taking part in the African Custume Carnival; we represent REACH THE CHILDREN LIBERIA INCORPORATED.
Written by: Kemah McClline (left) & Mariah Cooper (right)