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2006.11.16
UNICEF and FIFA are teaming up to use football to help protect young people in Djibouti against HIV/AIDS. The UNICEF-FIFA alliance organizes leagues where the young athletes compete...and learn. On this night, UNICEF's Omar Habib hosted a discussion and information session before the start of the match. The girls are taught the facts about HIV/AIDS and also given a chance to ask questions about a virus that infects 6,000 adolescents every day. The star player of the team is Deka Ali Guedi. Soundbite Deka Ali Guedi "This program is important because HIV is dangerous. To try to help girls, it's important to develop many girls' teams and for that, we need support because when we play football and when we have a group discussion about HIV/AIDS, we protect ourselves. We build skills." The first UNICEF/FIFA collaboration in the region distributed 65 sports kits to 160 school teams and nine youth centers, reaching approximately 2,500 children and adolescents, orphans and other vulnerable children. Forty percent were girls – a unique achievement for the region, where girls are generally not engaged in sports. Soundbite Omar Habib, UNICEF Communication Officer in Djibouti "Girls' football is accepted by the community, and through the sport, girls from very poor communities have a place, have a right to speak, have a place to say something about HIV and help other people. So it's a unique opportunity for girls from a very poor area, to be like a star through the foot and talk on behalf of the community to stop HIV spread." While Djibouti has a relatively low HIV prevalence rate, the rate is highest among young people. Six percent of people in Djibouti City between the ages of 15 and 24 are HIV positive. This number is more than twice the rate of the adult population. By educating the children of Djibouti about HIV/AIDS, UNICEF and FIFA are increasing the likelihood they will grow into healthy, happy adults. This is Thomas Nybo reporting for UNICEF. For every child. Advance humanity *** Asset Name : The Girl’s Football Team Plays After Having HIV/AIDS Information Session Asset Duration: 02 min 12 secs Shoot City: Djibouti City Shoot Country: Djibouti Shoot Date: Sep. 29, 200
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