Health and wellness prioritised at schools

05 November 2018 | Education

The annual Health and Wellness week was celebrated by some schools throughout the region. This year a variety of topics, including bullying and online safety, safe water sanitation and hand washing, comprehensive HIV prevention including voluntary male circumcision, general hygiene, menstrual hygiene and human trafficking, were discussed at schools. De Duine Secondary School had visitors from the ministry of health and social services who spoke to grade eight learners about HIV prevention, male circumcision and menstrual hygiene. Photos Leandrea Louw

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