Over 20 million people are living with HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, and 14 million children have lost one or both parents to the disease; a million of these HIV/AIDS orphans live in Kenya. Kenya suffers at least 85,000 AIDS deaths a year, yet less than 20% of Kenyans know their HIV status.
Nearly 50,000 came forward to be tested for HIV in Kakamega, Kenya in a ground-breaking campaign aimed to combat the area's three biggest public health threats at once: HIV/AIDS, malaria, and diarrheal disease. Follow the lives of several individuals in the aftermath of the campaign.
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