Life Skills Education and Counseling - Bukhudumira - Bukhudumira Primary School - Namutumba

Visit by Manuela Ongyera on 2019-09-09

Report ID
6749
Created by
Manuela Ongyera
Created date
2019-09-12 13:33:09 UTC
Modified by
Manuela Ongyera
Modified date
2019-09-20 06:04:27 UTC
Trip Time
22:24-16:30 (-6 h 6 m)
Village Time
12:39-14:33 (1 h 54 m)
Travel Time
-8 h 12 m

Life Skills Education and Counseling community lesson

School
Bukhudumira Primary School 
Lesson Taught
Disease Progression and Positive Behaviour 
Girls Attended
Boys Attended
Total Student Attendance
Teachers Attended
Fathers Attended
Mothers Attended
28 
Total Parent Attendance
32 
Staff Attendees
Ongyera Manuella 
Government Attendees
LC1,VHT 
School Staff Attendees
Life Skills Teacher 
Visitor Attendees
Total Attendance
Learning Objectives
To educate people about HIV and Human right.
Notes
Introduction Manuela went to bukudomira village to teach the community members about HIV and Human Rights, this lesson is aimed at educating community members about the importance of giving chance to the people with AIDS to utilize their human rights for example rights to eat , education, fellow shipping, clothing, employment, medical and a Mong others. Objective By the end of the lesson, members will be able to understand why HIV positive people need to be given all their human rights to utilize. Overview People in bukudomira are doing well in managing the time, when Manuela reached the village, she found 10 people seated at the meeting place waiting for Manuela, she greeted them and appreciated them fo keeping time. Manuela asked them about the village, they told her that last Wednesday they lost a well known person in their village. They went on and told her that that person has been battling with high blood pressure for long periods of time. During that conversation, people kept on coming and Manuela had to end the conversation then she told the participants that they will continue next time . After all Manuela started to teach life skills, Manuela started by asking the participants what are human rights? They were quite for some time until one woman by the names Rose said that, it means making use of what we have, she tried, then Manuela explained to them what Human right is , she said that they are natural things that we cant do without it, for example right to eat, school, medical, shelter, clothing and among others. While Manuela was explaining this lesson, she asked a question, that what do you think about the people living with HIV, do they also deserve to have human rights? One of the community member said no, and Manuela asked him why , he said because they are dead dead people, unfortunately this was a chairman of that village who only cam to class on that day but my daily students challenged him and he kept quiet, they told him that actually those people are the most people who should be given rights to utilize their rights without any body stopping them because they are so vulnerable. Manuela went on and said that even people living with HIV deserve to utilize all theses rights simply because they are human beings not dead people. She also told them that they should stop isolating them selves from them but they should love them and bring them close to them so that can gain strength and live longer. Evaluation Manuela asked the members that what are they talking home on that day , they gave Manuela lots of responses , like one said that all children have rights to go to school, the other said it is parents rights to feed their children’s and take to the hospital in case they are sick because it is their rights too, then rest of the members where saying that all people are entitled to human rights being HIV positive or not all deserve to utilize lol the human rights. Finally, Manuela told them to report cases if one of them is being denied of his or her human rights. 

Next Visit: 2019-09-23 - Purpose: To teach about steps in making good decisions.

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8819 Manuela was teaching the community members about HIV and Human Right.
8822 Manuela is explaining how important to respect people with HIV.