STI contraction is prevalent in Namibian clubs, so Smile Condoms wanted to highlight this invisible threat.
Despite extensive educational campaigns, 1 out of 3 Namibians in their thirties have a sexually transmitted infection, usually contracted while out partying. An infected person often has no obvious or apparent symptoms and looks like everyone else.
Smile Condoms wanted to shed light on this issue and show people that the person they’re partying with might represent a dangerous, invisible threat.
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