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Beauty was in denial about her diagnosis for TB and HIV, but our South African volunteers helped her get treatment.
She may be living with HIV, but Boniswe Petronella Maphanga, 30, has a radiant smile, a gentle sing-song voice and a joyful attitude to life.
Dikeledi, 18, lost her mother to AIDS, but we’re helping her aunt support her, with food, blankets and schoolbooks.
As a single father living with HIV, Eric’s biggest concern is for his son who was born with the disease.
After losing all her children, Florence, 75, now cares for all six grandchildren and the Red Cross provides them with vital support.
Londaka is one of 1.4 million children orphaned by HIV-related illness in South Africa. Pink is her favourite colour, like it was her mother’s.
For anybody coming to terms with the fact they are living with HIV, having someone like Mabonang to talk to can make all the difference.
For Majoele, who is living with HIV, learning about keyhole gardens is helping her keep healthy and smiling.
Mapotso volunteers within her own community to help support people affected by HIV and fight fear and stigma.
For many women in Lesotho the joy of finding out they are pregnant is tempered by the fear that they will pass HIV to their baby.
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