) AHAPPY Program ( African Jesuits Aids Network-AJAN) Gives young people in both primary and secondary schools an opportunity to learn more about themselves, value life as a gift from God, understand about HIV and other diseases and resolve to protect themselves and be caring for others especially those affected by HIV.
On the 29th of June 2019 Mercy Education Office facilitated the participation of St. Michael’s secondary school students in the Ahappy generation symposium that was held at St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School, Lang’ata. MEO assistant project officer accompanied students to the symposium. Objective of the symposium was to create a space for learners from different schools to share their knowledge, experiences as well as their insights on HIV and AIDS, STIs and other diseases to equip them with skills and knowledge that would guide them into making life responsible choices. The activity was happening concurrently in three African countries which are Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe The theme of the symposiums was “Living Responsible Lives for a Better Tomorrow’’.