Test and win a Proteas jersey signed by Graeme Smith!

Test and win a Proteas jersey signed by Graeme Smith!

Proteas cricket captain and Brothers for Life Ambassador Graeme Smith wants you to test for HIV during this Cricket World Cup - and you could win a Proteas jersey signed by him!

To enter, send your name, a picture of yourself getting tested and the date on which you tested for HIV to joinbrothersatjhuccp [dot] co [dot] za. All pictures will be posted on the Brothers for Life website. Winners will be announced on the final day of the Cricket World Cup.

Smith, who is one of the Brothers for Life Ambassadors promoting HIV testing, led from the front on World AIDS Day when he publicly tested for HIV. He said: "I encourage all men to take responsibility for your own lives and your families, and I encourage you to go get an AIDS test."

This initiative by Brothers for Life forms part of ongoing efforts in support of the Minister of Health's campaign to get 15-million South Africans to test for HIV by June 2011.

About Scrutinize

Scrutinize is a public health campaign which encourages the Youth to "scrutinize" or understand their risk of HIV infection in relation to multiple concurrent partners, correct and consistent condom use, transactional sex (sex for money), intergenerational sex (sugar daddies) and alcohol use.

Scrutinize is a national campaign being undertaken by the JHU Program in South Africa and funded by USAID/PEPFAR.