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LetsStopAIDS’ international project: Spread Trees, Not AIDS

LetsStopAIDS is now accepting applications for six (6) International Youth Ambassadors to take part in our summer project in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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22nd February 2011 15:52

Alessia Valenza

Spread Trees, Not AIDS is LetsStopAIDS’ international project that works to bring together two pressing issues of our time: HIV and AIDS, and environmental degradation.

Successful applicants will have the chance to volunteer within South Africa for six weeks this summer. For the duration of their time abroad, applicants will live in rural communities and work with local youth on the issues of leadership skills development, environmental awareness, and HIV education.

More information regarding this campaign and past international projects is available online at: http://www.LetsStopAIDS.org/southafrica/.

There, you will also find more information on how to apply so that you, too, can take part! Please note that the deadline for applications is: February 25th, 2011.

If you have any questions regarding the programme or how to apply, feel free to e-mail us at: STNA@LetsStopAIDS.org

Website: http://www.letsstopaids.org/en/

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