Rules of hiv facts game



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  • HIV Facts Game

Rules of HIV FACTS GAME

      • Each team will choose a captain to answer for the team
      • Teams will take turns choosing a topic (category) and a number
      • Bigger numbers are more difficult
      • (100 = easy question, 500 = difficult question)
      • Each team will discuss the question to come up with answer
      • If you answer the question correctly your team wins those points
      • If you answer incorrectly, other teams can try to answer the question, the first team captain to raise their hand will get to answer.
      • At the end of the game the team with the most points wins
  • 100
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  • 200
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  • 400
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  • HIV Prevention
  • Condoms
  • The HIV Test
  • HIV & Football
  • 300
  • 300
  • 300
  • 200
  • 400
  • 200
  • 100
  • 500
  • 500
  • 500
  • 500
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400
  • HIV / AIDS
  • 100
  • 500
  • 200
  • 300
  • 400
  • 100
  • 500
  • 600
  • 600
  • 600
  • 600
  • 600
  • 600
  • Row 1, Col 1
  • Abstinence or Condoms
  • Staying with one partner
  • Clean razors and needles
  • Name 3 ways you can protect yourself from the HIV virus.
  • 1,2
  • No, you can only use one condom per act. Change condoms every time you ejaculate.
  • Will you get more protection by using two condoms at the same time?
  • 1,3
  • Gambia Family Planning Assoc.
  • HOC, Brikama
  • RVTH, Banjul
  • Jobot, on Kairaba Ave.
  • Soleman Jonko, Bwiam
  • Kardo, Basse
  • Bafro, Mandinaba & Banjul
  • Gambia Foundation for Peace
  • Bansang & Farafenni
  • Where can you get tested for HIV? Name 3 places.
  • 1,4
  • Follow doctor’s instructions,
  • eat healthy foods,
  • exercise,
  • and practice safe sex (condoms) to avoid
  • re-infections.
  • If I have HIV, I should take care of myself by doing what?
  • 1,5
  • False. HIV, is the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, a virus that weakens your immune system. AIDS, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a set of symptoms and infections resulting from the damage to the immune system. Extra Time pg. 2
  • True of False? Having HIV is the same as having AIDS?
  • 1,6
  • 400 young people will be infected
  • 100 children under the age of 15 will die of AIDS, and another 400 will lose their parents to AIDS. (UNICEF)
  • During the 90-minute span of a football match, how many young people, aged 15 to 24 years old, around the world will be infected with the HIV virus? 200, 400 or 600?
  • 2,1
  • No. Most people are healthy for a long time (3 years or more) before they get sick.
  • True or false? You can tell someone has HIV by looking at them.
  • Magic Johnson
  • Greg Louganis Olympic Diver
  • Fatou Ceesay
  • Esteban de Jesus
  • Makgatho Mandela
  • Arthur Ashe
  • Won 3 Grand Slam Title
  • 2,2
  • No. Condoms can only be used one time.
  • Can I reuse a condom, if I wash it?
  • 2,3
  • It’s free.
  • How much does it cost to get tested?
  • 2,4
  • Yes, if you plan it with your doctor and the mother and baby both take medicine.
  • 2,5
  • The immune system. The part of your body that protects you from diseases.
  • What part of the body does HIV attack?
  • 2,6
  • He would only be a danger if he gets hurt and is bleeding and you also get hurt and are bleeding and his blood touches yours.
  • Your teammate has HIV. Is he a risk to you on the football field? If so when?
  • 3,1
  • No, if your partner is infected, you may also become infected. The only way to know is by getting tested
  • Does being faithful to one person protect you 100% from HIV? Why?
  • 3,2
  • True. Condoms are tested by pouring water inside. If the water seeps through the condom is not good.
  • True or False. A water molecule is smaller than the HIV virus?
  • 3,3
  • Yes, you can come as a group. But you will be counseled individually.
  • Can you go with a friend to get the HIV test?
  • 3,4
  • Yes, some people do not show any signs for as many as 10 years. Depending on the type of HIV and how healthy the person is.
  • Is it possible to live with the HIV virus without showing any symptoms (signs)?
  • 3,5
  • HIV Positive means you have the HIV virus in your body. HIV Negative means you do not have the virus in your body.
  • What does HIV positive mean? What does HIV negative mean?
  • 3,6
  • True. Samuel Eto is from Camaroon, 2005 African Player of the Year. He also said kids should protect themselves when having sex, and stick to playing sports!
  • True or False? Sameul Eto, from Barcelona said, “Kids can help people with HIV by treating them normally, and with maximum respect, they are human like us.”
  • 4,1
  • Only 60% of sex workers use condoms, so the HIV virus and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) can quickly be spread from one person to another.
  • What percentage of prostitutes in the Gambia use condoms?
  • 30% , 60% or 90%
  • 4,2
  • Most pharmacies sell condoms for 2 to 5 dalasi.
  • Health centers give condoms away for free.
  • RVTH - Banjul, MRC, GFPA - Westfield, HOC - Brikama
  • Where can I get condoms? How much do they cost?
  • 4,3
  • The same day. Sometimes in as short as 10 minutes. If there are many people, it may be the following day.
  • How long after the HIV test will I wait for my results?
  • 4,4
  • Use a condom when having sex. If you cut yourself make sure she doesn’t touch your blood.
  • If I have HIV, how can I protect my wife from getting sick?
  • 4,5
  • Blood
  • Vaginal fluids
  • Semen
  • Breast milk
  • Name four body fluids that transmit HIV.
  • 4,6
  • Joseph could have been infected by 5 people. Fatou by 4. The only way to know if they have HIV is to get tested. Extra Time pg. 4
  • Joseph & Fatou are in love and want to have sex. They look healthy and think they don’t need to worry about HIV because they only had sex with one partner. How many people could have infected Joseph? Fatou?
  • 5,1
  • No. Birth control pills and DEPO only prevent pregnancy, they do not stop the virus. Use condoms to protect from HIV.
  • 5,2
  • Yes they can transmit the virus anytime they have sex, but the virus isn’t always transmitted. The only way to be completely safe is by using a condom.
  • Can an HIV positive person transmit the virus every time they have sex?
  • 5,3
  • There are two: HIV1 & HIV2. HIV 1 is more aggressive, 90% of HIV1 cases lead to AIDS. Whereas only 20% of HIV 2 cases lead to AIDS. Some people have both HIV1 & HIV2 (dual infection)
  • How many kinds of HIV are there? Which is most aggressive?
  • 5,4
  • True! If you take care of yourself, eat a nutritious diet, exercise, keep stress level down, and take medicine if necessary, you can live a long and prosperous life.
  • True or false? I can live for more than 20 years with HIV.
  • 5,5
  • Open-mouth kissing is considered a very low-risk activity for the transmission of HIV, but open-mouth kissing could allow HIV to pass from an infected person to a partner through cuts or sores in the mouth.
  • Can I Get HIV from open-mouth Kissing?
  • 5,6
  • No, you can not get HIV from mosquitoes. The HIV virus can not live in the mosquito’s body.
  • If a mosquito bites me while playing football, can I get HIV?
  • 6,1
  • Both the man and woman should get tested before having sex. Then, if both are negative, as long as they do not have unprotected sex with anyone else they can not be infected with HIV.
  • If you know that you will not be using a condom, what is the best way to protect yourself from HIV?
  • 6,2
  • Important points:
  • Check expiration date
  • Tear the package carefully
  • Hold the tip
  • Roll down making sure it’s not upside-down.
  • Demonstrate on the wooden penis how to properly put on a condom. Explain at least 3 important points.
  • 6,3
  • 98% accurate, and to make sure a positive test is accurate, a second test is done.
  • How accurate is the HIV test? 50% or 75% or 98%
  • 6,4
  • When your CD4 (white blood cells that protect you from getting sick), drops below 300, or you have become very sick.
  • When do you start taking ARVs, medicine that slows the virus and helps your immune system become stronger?
  • 6,5
  • Youth 12-25 years old are particularly vulnerable to getting HIV.
  • Give two reasons why?
  • Youths are more influenced by peer pressure, or pressure from adults to have sex
  • Influence from images on TV
  • Youth may not know all the facts about HIV
  • 6,6
  • All players, including Buba Ai Sanneh, the captain are tested for HIV every 6 months.
  • How many times a year are Sait Matty, Africell players tested for HIV?

SCENARIOS FROM THE SAHEL

  • Mamadou, age 13, thinks he’s pretty cool. He has all the latest clothes and a big brother with a motorbike. At school, he refuses to sit next to Bakary, a boy orphaned because of AIDS. His teacher, very angry, sends Mamadou to an information centre to prepare an essay on AIDS.
  • My Brother, directed by Cheick Oumar Sissoko, Mali; based on an original idea by Justin Corréa, aged 23, Senegal; and featuring rap star Didier Awadi of Positive Black Soul.

Questions

  • Why does Mamadou refuse to
  • sit next to his classmate?
  • What makes Mamadou change his attitude?
  • Was it right for the teacher to defend Bakary?
  • What are the three ways the HIV virus is spread?
  • What did Mamadou do to show support for Bakary?
  • Why is Bakary’s brother at the HIV center?

The HIV Test

  • Why do you think it is important to get tested?
  • Have you ever been tested for HIV?
  • What do know about the test?
  • Do you know anyone who has been tested?

Thank you!

  • Nyima Camara (Olga Samborska) PCV
  • olgasamborska@gmail.com
  • Please contact me with any questions.


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