DA PRIVILEGED TO SPEND WORLD AIDS DAY AT FORT BEAUFORT CENTRE — HADDON

DA councillor William Ward and activists Josephine Kani, Donovon Gysman, Zolani Bakawuli and Nolwazi Cofa from the Amathole constituency office of the DA visited the Sivenathi Centre in Fort Beaufort on 1 December to commemorate World Aids Day.
DA councillor William Ward and activists Josephine Kani, Donovon Gysman, Zolani Bakawuli and Nolwazi Cofa from the Amathole constituency office of the DA visited the Sivenathi Centre in Fort Beaufort on 1 December to commemorate World Aids Day.

DA Councillors and activists brightened the lives of children at the Sivenathi Centre for Disabled and HIV/AIDS-children in Hillside Location by spending World Aids Day with them, playing and dancing.

It was a special day for the children, as they don’t usually see so many people around them. They were filled with joy and laughter on their faces. It is a memorable day they will never forget.

World Aids Day must be recognized every year.  It is important for everyone to know their status and get tested.

The DA was privileged to spend World Aids Day at Sivenathi.  These young lives are our future and it is important that none of these children be prejudiced because of the circumstances of their birth.

Every opportunity must be given to these children to develop themselves to their full potential.

The DA Amathole constituency will make sure that we render whatever assistance we can to ensure the centre, together with the DA, can make a worthwhile contribution to the lives of these children.

–          Dacre Haddon, Amathole constituency leader.

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