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Saturday, June 25, 2016


US Consulate Durban, the Denis Hurley Centre, Pepfar and DramAidE have jointly created a participative legacy project aimed at getting KZNs youth creatively involved in AIDS2016 to envision an AIDS free generation.

Dubbed The Butterfly Project, 100 young people a day, over six days, will create butterflies out of recycled plastic in workshops at the Denis Hurley Centre, under the watchful eye of Robin Opperman and Ujala Sewpersad from Umcebo Design to contribute to a huge public art installation for The Denis Hurley Centre.

As part of the butterfly making workshop process, DramAidE and facilitators will be affirming the message that behavioural change is necessary to work towards an AIDS free generation.

Youth groups wishing to participate should contact Raymond Perrier or Seth Pyoos on 031 301 2240 or