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. This photo dramatizes their interpretation of the process of using education as a medium to achieve an AIDS-free generation. In the photo, the subjects are Selma, grade 10, age 16 and Maria, also grade 10, age 16. Selma is captured as the educator who is bringing her peer, Maria, to terms with realities of HIV transmission, effects of AIDS, and means of prevention. As teaching aids, Selma chose an HIV/AIDS information booklet that was published by a community development project in Namibia. In addition, Selma chose to educate Maria on the importance of prevention as a means to reaching an AIDS free generation by displaying condom contraceptives.