The songs used in video are copy written, so I'm not sure what youtube will do about this. Hope this works:
Peace Corps Pasos Adelante and World AIDS day in Huaripamapa, Ancash, Peru.
0:00 - 0:25 Skits showing the effects of booze (physically, psychologically, and behaviorally).
0:25 - 0:45 Me acting like Mr.Cool Teacher (sometimes it's tough to watch yourself on video) during a game the kids played where they needed to kick people out of a 'life-raft', based on their specific roles, age, gender, and sexual orientation (i.e. 100 year old nun vs. a pregnant 15 year old girl with AIDS vs. the 45 year old ship captain who is gay).
0:45-0:58 The girls and boys working in groups listing the ideal traits that they'd like their future partners to have. This is a good way to talk about abstinence, as well as machismo.
0:58 - 1:03 Me, probably confusing the heck out of them.
1:03 - 1:26 Playing a game where the students need to place specific traits as either being a male characteristic, a female characteristic, or something both sexes/genders have (who... cries? is strong? sings? has a long hair? has a penis? etc.)
1:26 - 1:40 The day Emily (our former PCV Leader), Sara, and I gave the kids their eggs to take care of for a week. Note how two of the kids came back at the end of the week with clothing made for their eggs.
1:46 - 2:15 Seeing what the kids knew about HIV and AIDS before teaching them. This was our way of seeing what myths existed and what they already knew.
2:15 - 2:30 Sara explaining how the body looses white blood cells (nature's bodyguards). Then me explaining the latency period of HIV after contact/risky behaviors.
2:30 - 3:09 More alcohol skits.
3:10 - 3:30 The student making their posters to present to the rest of the school during a class lead school presentation about the AIDS and the need to protect yourself.
3:30 - 3:50 Our class presenting their posters and video to the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.
3:50 - 4:55 Sara and the kids getting outside and planting some trees around the school.
4:55 - 5:06 Sara and I closing the class with a graduation ceremony.
5:05 The start of the some of the signs the kids made for the World AIDS day march.
5:06 "I protect myself from HIV/AIDS by practicing the ABCs"
5:10 "Alert! Peru is one of the countries with the most AIDS carriers"(let's put an asterisk next to this)
5:15 "International Fight Against AIDS Day... Prevent HIV... Test Yourself... It's free"
5:19 "When you give a kiss, there is a 0% chance of getting AIDS"
5:23 "Preventing AIDS is in your hands, take the HIV test"
5:27 - 5:38 The students receiving their certificates.
5:39 The start of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders World AIDS Day March.
5:58 Me showing a little showing a little frustration on how long it took for the teachers to get the kids lined up and walking.
6:09 The march arriving to the plaza de armas (town center) in Huaripampa. Peach and Sara leading the way.
6:26 Sara shaking the Mayor's hand after he came out to give the kids a short speech and buy everyone a soda and some crackers.
6:29 The Mayor's speech.
6:35 The Huaripampa Health Post Personnel giving a talk to the kids about AIDS, and AIDS prevention.
6:39 The health post personnel and Maximo (far left) at the end of the march. Maximo was a super star teacher all year, and deserves a ton of thanks from Sara and I.
6:40 - 7:01 Shots from the march and finally our whole class.