On February 14, 2011, a Valentine’s Day sensitization program was held with the staff and students of Maamobi Prisons Junior Secondary School. The discussion was on what love is and is not, the history of valentine’s day, the myth about the day such as a day to engage in sexual activities, going on drinking sprees, exchanging expensive gifts even to the extent of stealing from parents and how to stay safe on valentine’s day.
This was linked to the type of abuses that exist, the effect and the help available. A total of eighty seven (87) students and six (6) teachers were reached.
The day was chosen because a lot of abuses happen on this day especially among the youth so; we sought to alert and raise the red flag on this day among the students in an effort to minimize the incidence of abuses recorded on this day.
Some of the results of Valentine’s Day misconceptions discussed were;
WISE has reached out to a total of Seven thousand one hundred and fifty two (7,152) students and fifty-seven (57) teaching staff since the commencement of the program.
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