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Leonard Boniface has used his skills as a journalist to make his voice heard in the fight against HIV/AIDS. There are over 1.5 million people living with HIV/AIDS in his homeland of Tanzania. With thousands of people dying every day, the Tanzanian Government has described.....                                  more about Leonard

TELIP reported as an Example of a successful youth-led   project

The Teenage Life Programme, which works to combat AIDS, began in Dar-Es-Salaam, where Lenny Boniface saw that a lack of awareness of HIV/AIDS and certain behaviours and attitudes of young people were helping to spread the disease. He started giving talks and workshops to create awareness not only about HIV/AIDS but also prostitution, rape, drug abuse, drunkenness, and social responsibility. At first it was difficult, with many young people not wanting to talk about such things, or thinking they were too busy to deal with serious issues, but soon he was welcomed by schools and colleges all over Tanzania. Lenny has even produced a nationally broadcast documentary which spread his message throughout Tanzania. Lenny says, "I want to wake young people up to the problems that affect our country now and in our future, so that they can tackle them. We need not feel quite so powerless."

This story was adapted from a publication prepared by young delegates to the 2nd World Youth Congress under the leadership of Peace Child International and the Moroccan Youth Forum


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