Francisco M. Guerra Jr. U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer HIV/AIDS Project, Zambia May 2005 – July 2007. Part of My Story. My experience and work as a PCV: coming soon
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U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer
HIV/AIDS Project, Zambia
May 2005 – July 2007
Data from UNAIDS/WHO AIDS Epidemic Update: December 2006
Data from UNAIDS/WHO AIDS Epidemic Update: December 2006 & Ministry of Health Zambia, 2005
Thoughts to think about: to be infected with HIV, and they are more likely to be the ones caring for people infected with HIV.”Did you feel slightly embarrassed when I asked whether you had been tested for a cold or the flu? Did you feel embarrassed when I asked about having been tested for HIV? If you felt differently, Why?
Data/text from “Common at It’s Core: HIV Related Stigma Across Contexts” by International Center for Research on Women.
From the UNAIDS website: www.unaids.org (under Behavior Change)