It's Thursday! That means it's time for our Global Activism segment. Each Thursday, we talk with a person who decided to make the world a better place.
Bartholomew Boniface Ochonye ("OBB"), a human rights and AIDS activist from Nigeria, runs the largest HIV prevention program for high-risk men in sub-Saharan Africa.
He recently returned from a comparative study tour in India where he represented Nigeria’s MARPs (most-at-risk-populations).
OBB and Lori Babcock, from Heartland Alliance International, tell us about fulfilling but sometimes dangerous work of HIV education and prevention in Nigeria.
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