Overseas-based Guyanese hoping to change the world

In an interview with Kaieteur News, the former Grove Primary School student said that the group spent a lot of time at the Methodist church where the members took part in group counseling sessions with HIV patients.
“The session was made up of about 30 men and women, some of them with their small children,” Charles said.
She explained that the “group went about asking questions about how families cope with HIV and how it has affected them. The overall response was about their drive to promote awareness in schools and to shatter this state of denial that many people fall into when they find out they have HIV.” – Read More

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