Tinyadire Moyo Project met the youth of Wadi and Kanyoza villages on 18 March, 2012 at a football match organised deliberately to have a chance of talking with them. The match took place at Wadi village and attracted more than 300 spectators from both villages.
Taking this opportunity, Jack Edward talked to the gathered youth on the dangers of HIV/AIDS. He also shared with them his life story before and after he was tested HIV positive and how he is taking care of himself and his family.
He said that youths in the villages are highly affected with the pandemic and something must be done so that the new generation should be saved.
Jack cited lack of information about the virus as a big threat. He also added that there is need to form HIV support groups in rural areas so that they can be working hand in hand with the Project in sensitizing people about the dangers of HIV.
Group village headmen Wadi and Kanyoza who were present during the match, said that they have welcomed the project in their respective villages and they hope that all the villagers will give the project the support it needs. They also thanked Jack and the entire project team for organizing the meeting.