This photo was taken February 11, 2010 on Cameroon's National Youth Day. The students marching are high school students who were members of Club Reglo, or Youth Club, in my post of Banyo, Cameroon. These students were trained as peer educators and worked in their community to decrease sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV/AIDS, with their friends and classmates. This was a proud moment for the club as they had just been recognized for their work by the mayor and received funding for their activities. We had enough money left over to have these shirts made and make the sign that one of the members is holding. From leading classroom lessons, to promoting safe sex practices at the local night club with their peers, to driving hours into the bush to visit rural villages to bring sex education and HIV/AIDS awareness there, I was constantly impressed and proud to work along side them for two years. We always said, "This is a club that works, doesn't just talk!"