Tuesday, April 08, 2008

A world without AIDS: Bangladesh to Zimbabwe

The spread of HIV has meant personal and national health crises in many countries. The disease has strained many poorer countries’ health care budgets and has challenged scientists, medical professionals and those in social services affected by it. But despite the devastation it leaves in its wake, some activists confronting HIV also appreciate the opportunities it provides to rethink, reimagine and revision a host of social, political, and medical engagements.

Read more from Amanda Atwood here.