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2006.12.28
The word is getting out. Information on AIDS prevention is reaching the people most susceptible in Georgia. The young. This stations audience is in the 14 to 25 year age group.. TV Radio print and poster campaigns are all aimed at this group as they’re the most at risk. The kids really do want to know. So UNICEF in conjunction with other partners helped establish a peer to peer training programme .It’s not like preaching. It’s really like sharing information. On taboo or sensitive issues such as sexuality, the older generation is not generally trusted, creating a cultural generation gap. Young people are more willing to receive information from people equal to them in either age or background. Youth centres offer consultation and testing on a voluntary basis. Here their most intimate questions can be answered personally. There is also a phone hotline for those who prefer to remain anonymous. Soundbite (English) Giovanna Barberis, Resident Representative, UNICEF Georgia: There is a lot that young people and children do fear and they do not have the courage of sharing with adults. So definitely the peer education the children to children or young people to young people strategy works much more effectively than any other. The kids are motivated and enthusiastic as it uses an informal way to spread information about AIDS. And the peer to peer approach is very effective because minimum funds are needed for the programmes. Soundbite (English) Nino Tsereteli, HIV Counselor, Taradgoma: It is better to spend money on prevention now because if we don’t do that now in several years we will have to spend much more money on treatment care and support of those people who will be infected. Georgia’s future depends on its youth. The country still has a low rate of HIV infection. Peer to Peer education is a major step in preventing its rapid spread in the community. And prevention is better… and cheaper.. than cure.
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