Zimbabwe Crippled by AIDS, Famine In Zimbabwe, malnutrition accelerates the AIDS epidemic, which in turn amplifies the food crisis. HIV-infected farm workers are unable to tend their fields, worsening a national famine. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Zimbabwe Crippled by AIDS, Famine

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Zimbabwe Crippled by AIDS, Famine

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In Zimbabwe, malnutrition accelerates the AIDS epidemic, which in turn amplifies the food crisis. HIV-infected farm workers are unable to tend their fields, worsening a national famine. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.