A childlike drawing done with crayolas shows a childish figure standing on a tuft of grass, over the word "eu" (me). There are two tufts of grass nearby over the words "pai" (father) and "mãe" (mother). The absence of any figures over those words suggests that the child has lost his or her parents to AIDS.
Poster depicts a man and a woman sitting at the table. Red ribbons and coffee cups are on the table. In the background appears a woman hugging another person whose gender is not appparent. Also in the background there's writings about prevention practices and counseling being offered to families as well as other services.