Papua New Guinea: Born free of HIVKatherine A. Thichava
For many in developing countries who dream of being parents, HIV infection once meant those dreams meant passing the deadly disease on to their offspring.
A program in Papua New Guinea funded by UNICEF has ensured that HIV-positive parents can prevent parent-to-child transmission of the virus. Mark and Lucy of Papua New Guinea recently had a baby girl who was born, and continues to be, HIV-negative.
Watch the video to learn more about UNICEF’s life changing work in Papua New Guinea.
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