Today we followed the programme going to a different school in Kumi. The community was a lot smaller which made it very special as the student were able to make special connections. We met teachers who live on site and they showed us their homes and where they cook. We had a real opportunity to see how a rural community live. We shadowed the HIV and AIDS medical team again who showed us how the test actually works and how you can tell if it is positive or negative. Today 160 people were tested and 3 had a negative result. It is a real experience to understand the culture and help educate these people and see how support is offered to them.