This photo is original work of the Girls' Club of Uukwiyuushona Combined School, Namibia from 28 June 2012. Thirty female learners ages 14-20 collaborated ideas and were given a camera to capture them. As learners in grades either 9 or 10, they decided to focus on the theme of education in the contest. Learners organized themselves without aid from any faculty or staff member and decided to simulate a classroom environment in which they themselves were teachers and learners. This is to symbolize the need for self-education and peers-helping-peers to educate about the risks of HIV infection in a highly stigmatized environment. Learners broke through fear and discrimination to talk freely about the modes of HIV transmissions, and broke myths of traditional medicine to reverse HIV infection. Learners consulted various faculty members and community leaders to get books, pamphlets, contraceptives, and novels to educate about HIV/AIDS.