Does your university as a body provide students access to sexual and reproductive health-care services including information and education services?
With the participation of the Mass Communication Department students, and the attendance of Dr. Gamal Megahed, the Faculty of Arts hosted an interactive play “Let’s Talk” at the Media Center. The play aims at promoting awareness among the youth of the HIV/AIDS and related issues, as well as means to guard against it and how to deal with people affected by the disease. The play, entitled “Khallik Salbe”, is produced by the Visual and Performative Arts Society, in collaboration with UNFPA. At the end of the play, a discussion was held with the students, and brochures were distributed to highlight the dangers of the disease.
It was all about giving information and spreading awareness about breast, ovarian, cervical, and endometrial cancer. The event ended up successfully where plenty of people were fully informed about everything related to these topics including risk factors,symptoms, prevention methods and examination. A fun event where people participated in games and got ribbons for each type of cancer.
"Be your body's buddy" that targets many topics regarding women health, contraception, STIs, period, gynecological cancers and diseases. They also discussed abuse and rape , presenting to Beirut Arab University students the reality we live in. The campaign included interactive quizzes and games , a martial art coach to teach the female students how to defend themselves in any abusive encounter , also a stand for the famous NGO Kafa with brochures and stories, and of course an amazing team of all medical students putting all their hearts and knowledge in this campaign.
The public were satisfied with what they learned and gained.