After they were born, Celia and Helen’s babies were tested for HIV. To their mothers’ great relief, they tested negative. Now, a year later, the babies are due another test.
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.
Despite progress in the treatment of the illness, it remains a serious worldwide threat. The Fifth Gala for the German AIDS Foundation joins the fight against the disease - with an arsenal of singing and laughter.
Scientists from APOPO, an international firm known for using rats to locate landmines is now training the giant pouched rodents to sniff out tuberculosis among inmates in Tanzania and Mozambique.
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