Introduction to Mr. and Miss Red Ribbon

The Mr. and Miss Red Ribbon Beauty Pageant 2009-2010

The Miss Red Ribbon 2009-2010 Miss Mary Nyokabi Receiving Award from the Minister of Special Progrmme Dr. Naomi Shaban on World AIDS Day 2009 in Nairobi Kenya.

The Mr. and the Miss Red Ribbon is a yearly event aimed at celebrating beauty with an aim of reducing stigma and discrimination among the People Living with HIV and AIDS and their families in the Nakuru District.

Mr. Peter Okola the Mr. Red Ribbon 2009-2010 receiving his Award from the Minister of Special Proramme Dr. Naomi Shaban on the World AIDS Day 2009 in Nairobi-Kenya

What are the main aims and objectives of the Miss Red Ribbon?
Mr. and Miss Red Ribbon seeks to address a range of issues directly associated with HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination, positive living, gender based violence, relationships, reproductive health, safer sexual practices and methods of protection against sexually transmitted infections through a beauty pungent. Mr. and Miss Red Ribbon target the PLWHA as partners, allies, and agents of change. It also aims at encouraging the community to go from the test and know their HIV status.

Nasir Abdi First Runners Up

Nassir Abdi First Runners Up Mr. Red Ribbon 2009-2010 receiving his Award from the Minister of Special Programme Dr. Naomi Shaban on the World AIDS Day 2009 in Nairobi-Kenya

World AIDS Day 2009

Daniel Mwangi Second Runners Up Mr.Red Ribbon 2009-2010 receiving his Award from the Minister of Special Programme Dr. Naomi Shaban on the World AIDS Day 2009 Nairobi-Kenya

Mary Ndwati First Runners Up Miss Red Ribbon 2009-2010 receiving her award from the Minister of Special Programme Dr. Naomi Shaban on the World AIDS Day 2009 Nairobi-Kenya

second runners up Miss red ribbon

Mary Chelimo second runner up Miss Red Ribbon 2009-2010 receiving her award from the Minister of Special Programme Dr. Naomi Shaban on the World AIDS Day 2009 Nairobi Kenya

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