Date / Duration : 10 December 2016
World AIDS Day is commemorated each year on the 1st of December. It gives a chance to unite in the fight against HIV and show support for people living with HIV. Colours of Hope spent the day at the Hillbrow Community Health Centre (Hillbrow CHC) giving hope to those living with HIV.
After singing the national anthem and lighting candles, co-founder of Colours of Hope, Sauda Ismail delivered and inspiring and motivational speech to the patients at the CHC. She said that HIV is not a death sentence and that positivity, good habits and and taking medicine regularly give people with HIV a chance every day.
Fruit, sandwiches, 17 nappy bags and hampers containing toiletries were handed out (as part of the Colours of Hope Baby / Run Project).