My name is Gildo .J.E., I am from Nampula province, I am twenty-five years old, I am not married.
I did my grade twelve in 2011. After that I was relax and I did it one year. (He didn’t work/study for a year). To be a teacher it was my vocation and since last year I would like to be it.
I am not intelligent, but I try to be a better student or trainee and to do something to improve my teaching, reading books, studying with others.
First I would like to say for everybody that HIV/AIDS is a serious disease or problem that take many people to die. And I think all people know that it is not cured.
When we look for the myths some people says that HIV/AIDS is a disease who come here in Mozambique to reduce the Mozambican people, but I think it is not true.
Many people are dying because they doesn’t believe that this disease exists.
So about solution I think the government should have some measures as to do some strategies to eradicate this disease or problem, and should bring more medicine to cure this disease quickly.
Also, the government should bring the medicine to cure this problem definitively. Also, the people should have some measures of prevention of this problem.
My name is Abilio .A. I am 20 years old. I was born in Nampula city in 1994. I’ve got 4 sisters and 6 brothers. I am the seventh son in my family. My mother’s name is F.L., my parents are still alive, they live in Nampula province. I am in training at teachers training center in Cuamba district, Niassa province where I am taking my course. It is located on your way going to Marrupa. There’s a big boarding school, but I am not living in this boarding school, I am living outside. I used to be a very happy boy when I lived in my state with my parents, but now I am too sad because of my course, I am afraid to fail and I pretend that I am happy while I am not until people think I am a trouble maker. I myself believe that it’s not my behavior. I am only sad and I pretend to show people I am not sad.
I am going to talk about a problem of my country known as HIV/AIDS, a very dangerous disease which is killing many people around my country. I am going to tell you about possible ways to eliminate it.
Firstly, HIV/AIDS is a disease that is killing many people in Mozambique. This disease is known as human deficiency acquired disease, it’s considered like a problem because this disease kills many people in Mozambique, especially young people in the age of 18 years old and on.
The government discusses a lot about this disease but it can’t eliminate it because so far it has no core. It is transmitted by sexual relations without the use of a condom. It can be caused by the use of blood transfusion before being tested, the use of non-sanitized syringes, used objects like laser. The disease kills many people because it contains some virus in our body. When someone has sexual relations with someone who is HIV positive he can get the disease and his body loses the human system that fights against disease and any disease comes and affects our body, then we become sick, then we die. It’s important to remember that HIV doesn’t kill people it only destroys the human system which is responsible to fight against diseases and our body stays with no protection.
The possible ways to eliminate this disease is when someone wants to have sex he or she must use a condom. When he gets this disease he can’t revenge with others to say I have to spread it.
We can’t leave the responsibility for government, we should fight how to get ways to finish this disease going abroad to study about medicine how to finish or eliminate this very dangerous disease in our country in order to be safe and help those who got this disease in our lonely country doing these things. I believe our country one day the new layer of people should live here free and far from the disease which was acquired and destroys our human system.
In government discussion has bring responding in use of condom although some stereotypes say that HIV/AIDS is acquired by using condoms. I don’t think this can be true but there are people who believe in this one hundred percent. Maybe they are right to say that, they perhaps got some experiences in that.