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The AIDS risk game

Objective:
· A self-teaching/evaluating activity to learn about AIDS transmission.

Target Group:
· Secondary students and adult

Materials:
· One test sheet for each person, colored paper, pencils

Preparation:
· Copy one sheet for each person.

· Cut strips of colored paper the length and width of the "Correct Answer" column, and paste or staple to top of "Correct Answer" column.

Directions:
· Each person writes their answers to questions in the "Your Answer" column, using the code at the top of the question sheet.

· After completing all questions, individuals or groups look to see if their answers are correct.

Variation:
· Draw the activity on a large sheet of paper, big enough to be seen by the whole group.

· Have everyone answer the questions as a group and check the answers as a group.

· Allow time for questions and discussion.

CODE
N = No Risk
R = Risk

PRACTICE

Your Answer

Correct Answer

Abstinence


N

Blood transfusions after screening


N

Blood transfusions using unscreened blood


R

Breast feeding by an infected mother


R

Cleaning blood spill without gloves


R

Coughing


N

Dry kissing


N

Ear piercing with shared needle


R

Hugging


N

Intercourse using an oil-based lubricant and condom


R

IV drug needle sharing


R

Massaging


N

Masturbation


N

Mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner who does not use IV drugs


N

Proper use of condom with nonoxynol 9 spermicide


N

Sharing facilities with an infected person at school or work place


N

Sharing food and utensils, living and toilet facilities with an infected person


N

Sneezing


N

Tattooing


R

Unprotected vaginal sex when one partner is HIV positive or HIV status is unknown


R

Using a shared needle that has been cleaned with bleach


N

From: The AIDSED Center, WHO/UNESCO, Bangkok, Thailand