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Students at one of the Bantwana Schools Integrated Program (BSIP) schools in the Lubombo region of Swaziland. This grassroots effort works in four countries of sub-Saharan Africa where AIDS has been particulary devasting. Bantwana (‘children’ in Zulu) helps children orphaned and made vulnerable by AIDS access the full range of support and comprehensive care they need to grow into healthy adults.
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More than 25 million children have been orphaned in sub-Saharan Africa by HIV and poverty. The Bantwana Initiative helps local communities reach these children with the comprehensive services they need to grow into healthy, successful adults.
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In Nigeria, an HIV awareness program integrated into our Ambassador Girls’ Scholarship Program included film screenings from which the scholars learned about AIDS and what to do in order to stay HIV free.
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A classroom of students, many of whom are orphaned and made vulnerable by AIDS, supported by the Bantwana Initiative in Uganda.
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