‘Trendy lunches’ serve up AIDS awareness

© Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication
© Manuel Vitali/Direction de la Communication

More than one hundred pupils of the four secondary classes of the Lycée Technique et Hôtelier de Monaco (LTHM) have attended a “trendy lunch” at Le Cordon d’Or restaurant as part of the ongoing programme of promoting HIV prevention.

The event was organised by the Directorate of National Education, Youth and Sports, in close partnership with Fight Aids Monaco and the Monegasque Red Cross. These informal get-togethers were initiated in 2008 by a student from the LTHM, and allow students to discuss issues related to HIV prevention, and sexually transmitted infections.

“Trendy lunches” separately hosted 41 girls and 71 boys this year. During the months of February and March, six trendy lunches, funded by the Monegasque Red Cross, were also supported by four volunteers from Fight Aids Monaco.

READ ALSO

Princess Stephanie participates in International Aids Day

 

READ ALSO

Monaco students learn about AIDS protection

SHARE