About Red Ribbon Club (RRC)

The primary objective of the Red Ribbon Club is to educate individuals, particularly youth, about HIV/AIDS prevention, transmission, and stigma reduction. By engaging young people in various educational activities, the club aims to empower them with knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about their sexual health and well-being.

One of the key features of the Red Ribbon Club is its emphasis on peer education and peer support. Through interactive workshops, seminars, and peer-led discussions, club members share accurate information about HIV/AIDS and foster a supportive environment where individuals feel comfortable discussing sensitive topics related to sexual health.

Additionally, the Red Ribbon Club organizes numerous awareness campaigns and community outreach programs to reach a wider audience. These initiatives often involve collaboration with schools, colleges, NGOs, healthcare providers, and government agencies to maximize their impact. Activities such as rallies, street plays, poster competitions, and free HIV testing drives are commonly organized by the club to raise awareness and encourage behavior change.

Moreover, the Red Ribbon Club promotes inclusivity and non-discrimination towards people living with HIV/AIDS. By challenging stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding the virus, the club strives to create a more supportive and accepting society for those affected by HIV/AIDS.

In essence, the Red Ribbon Club plays a crucial role in the global fight against HIV/AIDS by empowering individuals with knowledge, fostering supportive communities, and advocating for inclusive policies and practices. Through its tireless efforts, the club continues to make significant contributions towards creating a world free from the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS.

Red Ribbon Club (RRC) Committee:

1. Dr. T. Ogeswara Rao     –  Lecturer In Telugu                                 –  Co-Ordinator

2. Sri. U. Srinivasa Rao      –  Lecturer In Political Science               –  Member

3. Smt. G. Diana Kamal     –  Lecturer In Computer Application   –  Member

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