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During our trip to South Africa, our CEO Daniel Nagel had the opportunity to speak with German Ambassador Martin Schäfer about the role of the youth in the fight against HIV and AIDS. In Petroia, they also focused on our global initiative AIDS2018, which aims to mobilize volunteers for the World AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.

Young people from all over the world are committed to Youth against AIDS (YAA). But who is working for our organisation, how does our work look like and why do we actually do what we’re doing? To get you a glimpse behind the scenes, we are going to introduce you to the faces and stories behind YAA in the next few weeks. Today is Marlons turn, who is another YAA-board member.

Young people from all over the world are committed to Youth Against AIDS (YAA). But who is working for our organisation, how does our work look like and why do we actually do what we’re doing? To get you a glimpse behind the scenes, we are going to introduce you to the faces and stories behind YAA in the next few weeks. Let’s start with our CEO Daniel Nagel, who invites you to his YAA-world in an interview.

Youth against AIDS in India

To ensure that the wishes and views of young people from all over the world are also represented at this year’s World AIDS Conference, our CEO Daniel Nagel and our CHRO Lennart Falk have spent the last few days in India. Just before the two of them return to Germany, Lennart gives you an insight into the most important meetings and the most exciting experiences in India.