Global Activism: Helping ‘AIDS Orphans’ in Swaziland | WBEZ
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Global Activism: Helping 'AIDS Orphans' in Swaziland

Annie Elbe Todt made her way to Swaziland while getting her Ph.D. It has the highest rate of HIV in the world. She began helping orphans and child headed houses all around her. Her organization 'Give Hope, Fight Poverty' has a network of support extending to 1500 children. She talks with us about they're work in Swaziland. PHOTO: Swaziland child, who lost both parents from AIDS. (Courtesy of Give Hope, Fight Poverty)

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