PUPILS HAVE MADE STAY ALIVE PROGRAMME PART OF THEMSELVES

October 5, 2010 at 2:44 pm Leave a comment

Doc1STAY ALIVE FOLLOW UP.

NAME OF THE CHILD:    AKULLO SUSAN.

SCHOOL:                             AKWALAKWALA PRIMARY SCHOOL

CLASS :                                 P. 6. CLASS

AGE:                                      16 YEARS.

DISTRICT:                             KABERAMAIDO.

COUNTRY:                            UGANDA

Here is Akullo , her parents are peasants and it is through the sales of the harvest from crops that her school fees and requirements are meet. Akullo likes the stay alive program and has become part of life.

I t is through stay alive programme that her life was saved .

 

HERE IS THE TESTIMONY FROM HER FATHER.

I am called EMOKU Richard , the Father to Akullo Susan.

Akullo is a girl , who had no respect of the elders, dodged classes , used to attend night clubs discos , practiced early sex and sometimes seen smoking cigars. With all this striking behaviors , we thought of marrying her off as the only solution .On June 20 , the Head teacher approached me about Akullo’s nasty behavior and advice me on her joining the stay alive Club at school. He told me more about stay alive programme and as the only reliever. I accepted and Akullo was forced to learn stay alive programme at school.

Now as we speak , Akullo has got devoted to the stay alive classes and has changed her life in the following ways.

She is among the first children in class and her performance has tremendously improved.  She helps as at home with the kitchen , garden and compound cleaning

She has got good friends both in the village and at school.

At home she dosen’t want to hear any thing concerning early marriage , sex , discos and cigars.   She has got devoted to her studies and she is our  stay alive teacher  at home , she teaches as the dangers of getting HIV/ AIDS ,importance of having a happy family.

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