Objective ZERO TRANSMISSION, ZERO DEATH, ZERO DISCRIMINATION

​Some time ago we had told you about the SSS Group (Health and Sexuality Awareness) alongside which we attended the World Aids Day on 1 December 2015, to bring about awareness and inform the youth of Port-Gentil on prevention of high risk sexual behaviour.  On this occasion, the Lycée Raponda Walker opened its doors to 17 volunteer professionals of SSS who worked together to bring awareness to 600 pupils. 

As well as this core activity, SSS provides young people with a great number of interesting materials throughout the year (posters, #SafetyFirst flyers, awareness TV spots, quizzes, condom distributions…).  They also dedicate time to listening, advising and encouraging these youngsters to take part in screening programmes.

On 1 December SSS managed to conduct 204 screening tests anonymously and free of charge in a single day. 

FSBO is proud to support this charitable Group; day in day out, they are present on the ground to educate, bring awareness to and inform young people with the aim of creating a community of conscientious and responsible young Gabonese people. 

It is only together that we will manage to come close to objective ZERO TRANSMISSION, ZERO DEATH, ZERO DISCRIMINATION. #HIV/Aids