Célia and Helena are two women who live in Mozambique. When Global 3000 met them in 2009, both were pregnant and both were HIV-positive. How are these women and their children doing now?
As the world's top HIV experts head to Paris for an International AIDS Society meeting, word is we're still playing catch-up with the virus. And if resistance to antiretroviral drugs grows, things will only get worse.
In an effort to lower the prevalence rate of the virus and prevent mother-to-child transmissions, Cameroon will launch a program that provides expectant mothers in northern regions of the country with HIV testing.
Célia and Helena are two HIV-positive women who live in Mozambique. When we met them six years ago, both were pregnant. Millions of African women share their fate.
Members of the Nyau brotherhood, who dance the famous "Gule Wamkulu," know how to keep their identities hidden. Now the group of initiated Chewa men in Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique is getting a modern makeover.
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