The program featured a skit depicting what they learned and a volley ball match played between pupils of various schools.
Professor at Indiana University USA, Dr. Sarah Young they are teaching the pupils how they should be conscious about sexual relations which oftentimes results in teenage pregnancy and child abuse.
She maintained that the reaction of the pupils was appreciative, adding that from the examples they saw, they could tell that the pupils are now implementing the information back in their schools.
Presenting a paper on Water Safety, Kelvin Espirito disclosed that 40 people die from swimming every hour around the world, adding that Vietnam and Sierra Leone are amongst the countries that suffer from drowning in the world.
Mr. Kelvin Espirito urged the pupils to keep their heads up in the water should they be at risk of drowning.
Mr. Kelvin Espirito called on the pupils not to hasten when attempting to save someone from drowning if they are not trained to do so. He said they should rather use objects like crepe, plastic container, stick and other floatable things to rescue others.
Sharing her experience, Jofee Jimmy Sankaituah, a pupil of the Murray Town Municipal School said she normally uses sports as a means of sharing her ideas on drug abuse, teenage pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, early marriage and how to set her goals for a brighter future.