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School Students Contribute Their Mite to Create AIDS Awareness in Rajkot

by Savitha C Muppala on  December 2, 2010 at 7:59 AM Indian Health News   - G J E 4
Students contributed their mite on the eve of 'World AIDS Day' to create awareness about the disease in Rajkot.

The organizer said students made a 40-metre-long formation of red ribbon, to spread the message 'Hate the disease but not the patients.'
 School Students Contribute Their Mite to Create AIDS Awareness in Rajkot
School Students Contribute Their Mite to Create AIDS Awareness in Rajkot
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"The objective is to make the young generation of today aware about AIDS, as this is the responsibility of society, parents and family and the responsibility of schools and other educational institutions," said Sonal Shah.

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"This is our duty that we show the students a red light towards the disease and to make them understand that why is this disease dangerous, and why should they be careful from that and how," she added.

The students also said they were happy to be part of such a campaign.

"From this concept, we want to make the people aware that they should know about AIDS. We usually have an indifferent attitude towards AIDS patients, but we should not do that. We should be careful about the disease," said Mansi Udeshi, a school student.

Source: ANI
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