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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.
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, as was her mother’s.
We support HIV prevention and treatment in Lesotho, which has one of the highest HIV infection rates among adults in the world.
We are combating hunger by helping families generate their own food and income with agricultural training.
Ettie was told by doctors she would never walk again after contracting spinal tuberculosis, but with Red Cross help, she has managed to regain her strength.
18 Mar 2014
A Red Cross programme for people living with HIV and TB in South Africa is set to receive a £100,000 funding boost from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Having overcome TB once already, Matebello was again diagnosed with the disease. The Red Cross is by her side and is helping her complete her treatment.
Sibonelo, 20, puts his passion for entertaining to good use by using drama and music to teach young people in South Africa about HIV.
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