News & Highlights, News UpdatesWorld AIDS Day with Unilever IndonesiaPosted on December 4, 2011 To commemorate the World AIDS Day, Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB) and Yayasan Unilever Indonesia held a healthy walk on Sunday (12/04) at Senayan area, Jakarta. The event is a part of Jakarta Stop AIDS, a program by YCAB and Yayasan Unilever Indonesia. About 1,200 students, 200 teachers, and 200 employees of PT. Unilever Indonesia and YCAB took part in this walk. Jakarta Stop Aids aims to build public awareness about the dangers of HIV/AIDS and drugs, as well as to create a group of Jakarta Stop Aids ambassadors who will disseminate the information about HIV/AIDS to their peers. (left to right): Chief Administration Officer YCAB Foundation Moni Rejeki and General Manager Yayasan Unilever Peduli Sinta Kaniawati signing a pledge against HIV/AIDS in DKI Jakarta at the World AIDS Day Commemoration. Jakarta has the highest cumulative cases on HIV/AIDS (3,997), followed by other provinces, i.e. Papua (3,938), West Java (3,809 ), East Java (3,775), and Bali (1,747) – source: report by Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia (June 2011). Corporate Secretary PT. Unilever Indonesia Sancoyo Antarikso gave a speech during the World AIDS Day commemoration in FX Plaza, Senayan. Part of the Public Health Education program by PT Unilever Indonesia is to educate the youth in order to promote a clean and healthy lifestyle. Other partners included the Commission on AIDS Prevention and Education Office of DKI Jakarta.