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- to transform dut community into an hiv/aids competent community through effective knowledge and skills.
- to create a supportive and caring environment for people infected and or affected by hiv.
- to develop an hiv/aids policy which addresses the human rights and dignity of people infected and affected by hiv/aids.
- to review and lead policy implementation and development.
- to organise public events on campus to raise awareness on issues relating to hiv/aids.
- to provide expert knowledge, information and advise on hiv/aids issues to dut community through consultation.
- to communicate key issues to dut community utilizing existing social marketing peer educators.