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close this bookSchool Health Education to Prevent AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) : Students' Activities (UNESCO - WHO, 1994, 79 p.)
close this folderUnit 1: Basic Knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD
View the documentHIV/AIDS/STD - Basic questions and answers
View the documentLooking into AIDS
View the documentHIV, AIDS, STD - What do they mean?
View the documentHow a person gets HIV*
View the documentYou can’t get AIDS by...
View the documentWhat do you believe?
View the documentWhat would you do?
View the documentWhat is your risk?
Open this folder and view contentsAre you at risk?
View the documentProtect yourself against AIDS
View the documentDear Doctor Sue
View the documentWhich is safer?
View the documentWhat happens with HIV infection?
View the documentHow do you know if you have HIV/AIDS?
View the documentTesting for HIV
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View the documentYou be the doctor
View the documentAre you a responsible person?

Protect yourself against AIDS

Why?

We can protect ourselves from STD/HIV and AIDS. We can only do this by making safer choices in how we act. Only this will reduce the risk of coming in contact with the HIV virus.

How?

For each of the three ways of spreading HIV, write safer choices that would protect you from getting HIV.

1. Sexual intercourse

Safer choices:
1. ___________________________
2. ___________________________
3. ___________________________
_____________________________

2. Unsterilized shared needles and syringes

Safer choices:
1. ___________________________
2. ___________________________
3. ___________________________
_____________________________

3. Blood contact

Safer choices:
1. ___________________________
2. ___________________________
3. ___________________________
_____________________________