It was incredible to see how well-sensitized the learners of Bhekithemba Primary were – they were clearly informed and prepared for the Kick TB team’s visit. Upon our arrival the whole school chanted, “one two three, KICK TB’ – it was electrifying! They enjoyed the programme tremendously and passionately participated in every aspect. The kicking activity (where learners physically kick the TB symptoms) reminded us of the same passion experienced during the FIFA 2010 World Cup when it ended up in ‘sudden death’… Shine, Bhekithemba, Shine!!!
The Kick TB campaign continues its cutting edge TB/HIV messaging in KZN and was privileged to visit Isikhumbuzo Junior Primary in Umlazi. We worked with 910 learners who were so eager to learn all about TB. Many parents also attended the programme and this is encouraging! Isikhumbuzo Junior Primary is now a proud supporter of the Kick TB campaign, and for that we thank you!
Yes, that’s what happens when ‘Kick TB’ visits a school… we become FAMILY! We are ONE in our effort to kick TB out of South Africa! 1175 learners were reached at Khulugqame on this beautiful summer day and we know that the Kick TB messaging will reach as many households after school hours… THAT is what Kick TB is all about! We create little TB ambassadors who take responsibility to KNOW the facts about TB and FIGHT this curable disease!
ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED learners in one day… that’s ‘Kick TB’ for you! This live-wire campaign is rocketing through the Ethekwini District of KZN, kicking out TB with a vengeance! Here the campaign is seen at the Khanyanjalo Junior Primary School where staff and 1300 learners alike were enthralled by the captivating programme. The Kick TB team wishes to commend Khanyanjalo for their excellent discipline – what beautiful learners who are now proud ‘TB ambassadors’!