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The three severely injured people were reportedly out of danger.

NAIROBI, Jan. 13 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's national soccer team, Harames Stars has been pooled in a tough group for the 2019 Africa Nations Cup qualification.

Having been away from the ultimate stage in Africa football since 2004 in Tunisia, Kenya is pegging its hopes on Okumbi to return to the continental arena at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

But to navigate to Yaounde, Kenya must dribble past giants Ghana, Sierra Leone and Ethiopia following the competition's qualification draw conducted by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in Gabon on Thursday night.

"When you look at the teams, there is no easy challenger. It is the best teams and probably the toughest group. There is no easy root to success. But it is about our strength and how we play and not what other teams have. Harambee Stars has what it takes to be in Cameroon in two years' time," Harambee Stars head coach Stanley Okumbi said on Friday.

Due to improved rankings, Kenya will head straight into the group stages and avoid the preliminary round qualifiers as has happened before. With two trips to West Africa (Accra) and Free Town and one to Addis Ababa, Okumbi is not looking down upon any opponent.

It was one of the pillars that current Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa used in his election campaign to get votes and now it is time he delivered on his promise to get the national team back to the premier stage of continental football.

Harambee Stars, which is led by Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama, will have to top their group or finish among the three best second-placed teams in the 12 groups to be assured of qualification.

The qualification games, which will be played on a home and away basis, will commence in March and end in November 2018.

The draw pits several former champions against one another. Cameroon, who qualify automatically as hosts, are in Group B alongside 1976 champions Morocco, Malawi and either Comoros or Mauritius. Should the Indomitable Lions top their group, the second-placed side in Group B will contest the finals.

Record seven-time winners Egypt will meet North African rivals Tunisia, who won in 2004, in Group J.

The Draw:

A: Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, Sudan, Sao TomeMadagascar

B: Cameroon, Morocco, Malawi, ComorosMauritius

C: Mali, Gabon, Burundi, DjiboutiSouth Sudan

D: Algeria, Togo, Benin, The Gambia

E: Nigeria, South Africa, Libya, Seychelles

F: Ghana, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Kenya

G: DR Congo, Congo, Zimbabwe, Liberia

H: Ivory Coast, Guinea, Central African Republic, Rwanda

I: Burkina Faso, Angola, Botswana, Mauritania

J: Tunisia, Egypt, Niger, Swaziland

K: Zambia, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Namibia

L: Cape Verde, Uganda, Tanzania, Lesotho

by Xinhua writer Gu Zhenqiu

UNITED NATIONS, March 23 (Xinhua) -- Zhang Yinjun, who founded a non-profit program to help young people across China to prevent HIVAIDS, told Xinhua that as a mother, she was very much saddened and worried to read heart-rending news stories about the growing number of Chinese young people who have contracted human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes the killer disease AIDS.

Zhang quit her job at the Chinese Ministry of Public Health 12 years ago to set up the AIDS Prevention Education Project for Chinese Youth (APEPCY). She has dedicated the past years to HIVAIDS prevention education and poverty alleviation among Chinese youth.

"We primarily offer education focused on HIVAIDS prevention and treatment, comprehensive sex education and personal development training," said Zhang, who was at UN Headquarters in New York to attend a two-week meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), which began on March 13.

The CSW is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.

Zhang and her team carried out the program by offering classes and lectures.

The class, known as "Youth Love Cabin," is sponsored by the APEPCY to promote sex education in Chinese schools, including kindergarten, primary school, middle school and universities all around China to help prevent HIVAIDS transmission among youths.

Zhang said that she started this program because she believed that effective HIVAIDS prevention lies in better sex education for youngsters.

"We aim to prevent the transmission of AIDS from the root source, and to curb the spread of HIVAIDS, especially among adolescents," she said.

However, the program did not have a happy beginning in a country where sex education has been a taboo subject for centuries, she said.

"Initially, people shied away from us just like what they did to plagues," she said. "Some.