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The effect of stigma on HIV prevention Why don’t you all come for voluntary AIDS counselling? You can learn a lot. No ways! Anyone who sees me will say I have got AIDS. They will say “Don’t go near them or you will get the virus”. My father would beat me if he saw me going. 39 I called a meeting for youth so they could ask questions they had about AIDS. Hardly anyone came. They were frightened their parents would see them. I have tried to talk about HIV in the churches, but the Minister said I was encouraging people to sin.
Strengthening families' abilities to cope with the problem can also build their confidence in facing stigmatising attitudes or behaviours from those outside of the family. 51 Support for families is not only vital in relation to AIDS care, but also HIV prevention. Parents urgently need guidance in examining their attitudes to youth sexuality, in understanding how their denial of this phenomenon fuels the epidemic, and in supporting them to develop less harmful attitudes. Each community would have to think of the most creative way of seeking to mobilise parents, taking into account local networks associated with schools, faith-based organisations and so on.
These are discussed on the next page, but each community will have to decide about this, based on their own experience. 48 Supporting people living with HIV/AIDS Starting support groups When people who are part of a stigmatised group take collective action, this can have powerful social and political consequences. It can also strengthen individuals who are part of the group and help to build assertiveness. In South Africa, the 'Treatment Action Campaign’ (TAC) has opened up the exciting possibility of collective action by people living with AIDS in South Africa.
Understanding and challenging HIV AIDS Stigma by Catherine Campbell, Yugi Nair, Sbongile Maimane, Zweni Sibiya