News & Highlights, News UpdatesWORLD AIDS DAY: Getting to Zero with ChevronPosted on December 1, 2011 Left – right: dr. Sugih Surjadi from Health and Medical Services (HMS) Chevron Indonesia Company, Ronal Surapradja (guest speaker), and M. Farhan from YCAB Foundation (moderator) during the internal talk show about HIV/AIDS to commemorate World AIDS Day on 1 December 2011. In commemorating the World AIDS Day, YCAB Foundation and Chevron Indonesia Company held internal and external campaigns to develop public awareness about HIV/AIDS. The internal campaign targeted to 300 Chevron employees through an internal talk show, while the external campaign targeted to young people and parents via a series of radio talk shows and promotion. Four representatives of “I Wanna Live” – a program by YCAB and Chevron came from Garut and Sukabumi to share their experiences about their involvement in the program to educate their peers about HIV/AIDS. Since 2010, YCAB Foundation started to partner with Chevron to build public awareness about the dangers of HIV/AIDS and drugs, as well as to create a group of “I Wanna Live” ambassadors who will disseminate the information about HIV/AIDS to their peers. A booth placement located in Sentral Senayan Jakarta during the World AIDS Day on 1 December 2011. The booth provided comprehensive information about HIV/AIDS, Chevron’s policy on HIV/AIDS, and “I Wanna Live” program by YCAB Foundation and Chevron. Since it started, “I Wanna Live” program has reached 15,280 students in Garut and 9,760 students in Sukabumi through the ripple program and the youth ambassadors’ participation.