Smoking, abortion, crime come to life with exhibition at the UFS
2008-04-22

 

As part of a community service project first-year medical students at the University of the Free State (UFS) provided learners from the Sehunelo Secondary School in Bloemfontein with information on needs they identified from the learners during contact sessions that were held at the school. The students presented the information to the learners in the form of an expo on the university's Main Campus. Creative exhibitions by the students covered topics on smoking, abortion, crime, stress, etc. At the exhibition on crime were, from the left: Lucky Chalale, Linda Nyangintsimbi, Yolanda Nomathole and Lady Bridget Akuffo.
Photo: Leonie Bolleurs


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