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Kripa Foundation Vadodara spread AIDS awareness with students of MSU

Joined by VMSS Standing Committee Chairman Hitendra Patel

Kripa Foundation Vadodara organised an Awareness Program on the eve of "World AIDS Day" celebrated every on 1st December. Students of Department of Extension and Communication Faculty of Family and Community Sciences and Bachelor of Social Work of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda also joined the awareness programme with posters, nukkad Natak and games.

Kripa Foundation is working for the last 15 years running various projects focusing on anti tobacco campaigns and also carries out various activities and programs to eradicate HIV / AIDS. As part of it they organise the awareness programme at Amit Nagar circle with students of MSU Baroda. VMSS standing committee chairman also joined them.

"The theme of World AIDS Day 2021 is "End inequalities. End AIDS and End Pandemics", with a special focus on reaching people left behind. Kripa Foundation raise awareness about HIV and AIDS by displaying posters and spreading awareness about HIV. The students also perform Nukkad Natak and games to spread the message in a unique way. We are working with migrants, injecting drug users and female sex workers to prevent the spread the HIV in common people ," said, Susan Samson from Kripa Foundation.

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