Street play on aids awareness in Moodubelle

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Report and Pictures by Anil Alva
Bellevision Media Network

Moodubelle, 20 February 2010: A street play to educate the people on Acquired Immunity Deficiency Syndrom (AIDS) was enacted near the bus stand in Moodubelle on Friday, 19th February 2010 at 5pm. The Raga Ranjani Kala Sangha of Mandya enacted the play educating the people how AIDS is caused, what are its effects and how it can be controlled and prevented. A large number of people in Moodubelle pethe witnessed this street play.

The AIDS awarenss campaign has been organised in different parts of the Udupi district jointly by Health and Family Welfare Directorate, Bangalore, Karnataka State AIDS Prevention Society, Populations Services International, Mangalore and Udupi Zilla Aids Prevention and Control Unit. Mr. Abhilash Philips of Populations Services International is instrumental in the AIDS awareness campaign in Mangalore and Udupi Districts.

The street play has been already held at Kadekar, Udyavara and Katapadi. After Moodubelle it will be held at Shirva on 20th February 2010.

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Ronald Sabi, Moodubelle Sat, February-20-2010, 11:34
Anil, fantastic coverage! This is one of the most important issues in social life! Keep it up!! Eventually more people will be aware of such programmes and more people will attend such awareness programmes. You have done your contribution to the social cause and sure will keep doing so!!
Vijay Dsouza, Moodubelle Sat, February-20-2010, 4:20
What is the use of such programs if they are attended by only 50 odd people ? Also by looking into the pictures published, it is very clear that the majority of people attended are well educated people then what result these street plays will have. There is no doubt such street plays are very informative effective, but there need to be enough people to witness such acts. The local authorities should have made enough publicity so that much more people could have attended and the real results could have been achieved. What say local authorities ??
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