AIDS in Zambia

NPR's Brenda Wilson reports AIDS is affecting the lives of nearly every Zambian. The disease has already infected over one million of the country's 10 million citizens. Despite its prevalence many Zambians can hardly utter the word, 'AIDS.' So while mothers are dying, they leave their children without an explanation.

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