The Orthodox Judaism Philanthropic project and the Students Partnership Worldwide Volunteers with health authorities at Kamabai will embark on strategic health education and awareness in various places.
This was disclosed to Awoko by OJPP’s national outreach coordinator, Mohamed Adams Kamara, who said the HIV/AIDS sensitization and awareness was necessary in Kamabai as schools, local wine bars, health centres, religious institutions, and other areas to comprehensively disseminate the existence of the dreadful disease.
Mr Kamara said, “the HIV disease is devastating as it does not know any age limit or boundary and we have noticed that there is ignorance of the disease in those areas”.
He commended the commitment of the National HIV/AIDS Secretariat for their significant support in funding related health issues.
He thus spoke of the constraints in securing more funding that would enable them continue their HIV sensitization in more difficult and religious areas like Kamabai.
OJPP is a non governmental organization focusing on health education in less unfortunate and deprived communities.