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PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa — The Ford Struandale Engine Plant and the Automotive Industry Development Centre Eastern Cape (AIDC EC) held their annual school HIV and AIDS design competition as part of the award-winning Ford-AIDC Wellness Workplace Cluster Programme.
The initiative, which is supported by the German Development Cooperation (GIZ), aims to raise awareness regarding healthy lifestyle choices and HIV&AIDS. The project was conducted this year in partnership with 2012 Wellness Cluster companies Formex Engineering and Corning Products, which nominated Bethelsdorp Comprehensive School and Masiphathisane High School in Port Elizabeth to participate in the competition.
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