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2007.12.03

* Roger Federer Speaks Out on Children and HIV in World Aids Day PSA

Roger Federer, the world’s number one tennis player and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, took a break from his whirlwind schedule this fall to record a video message, to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS.

RF: Every minute of every day, a child is born with HIV.

The PSAs support the UNITE FOR CHILDREN UNITE AGAINST AIDS campaign, launched by UNICEF and UNAIDS in 2005 to draw attention to the impact of the disease on how children and young people.

RF: I’ve seen kids in South Africa who’ve been affected and it’s a very big problem, especially in the poorer countries.

RF: It’s important to break down discrimination and stigma/Many people always think ‘I can’t talk to this person’, but I think it’s very important to speak openly about it.

Mr. Federer was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 2006 and joins many other celebrities and sports personalities in lending their voices to the UNITE FOR CHILDREN UNITE AGAINST AIDS campaign.

RF: Sports have always been a great part of my life. It brings people together, then it’s easier to talk about a subject like HIV. Sports does inspire to move on in life and it’s important to speak together if you’re playing a team sport, but also if you just play outside with your friends and people, don’t avoid the subject. Don’t be scared.

At a workshop in India last year, Mr. Federer heard from young people learning about HIV, and educating others about the disease.

Mr Federer’s video message, in German, English and French, will be released to mark this year’s World Aids Day, December the 1st.

 

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