Models in London to be trained as HIV/AIDS peer educators

London-based female and male models and beauty queens are invited to enrol for a free training as HIV/AIDS peer educators.

POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread models

The training is organised by POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread, a voluntary global HIV/AIDS response campaign that tours the world working with celebrities (beauty queens, models, fashion designers, musicians, sports men and women, etc.) as influential advocates in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS.

It will be held in London 21st February 2015. The venue will be announced soon.

Transport to the training venue will be covered. Participants will also be provided lunch and refreshments.

“Trainees will receive an Accredited Certificate, which will be presented by one of the London Mayors at an official graduation ceremony,” said Justina Mutale, the Founder and CEO of POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread.

Models who would like take part in the training are urged to send an email to:

“Huge thanks for the prompt and overwhelming responses received via inbox and email from beauty queens and top models who want to participate in this training. Great to know our beauty queens and models are serious about giving back to society,” Ms Mutale said.