Regaining lost ground on HIV

4 November 2021- Juba, South Sudan. Queen Lezzera and her HIV negative child. Photo: UNDP South Sudan/ Peter Kongmalavong
4 November 2021- Juba, South Sudan. Julia poses with her HIV negative child.
4 November 2021- Juba, South Sudan. Lucia is a community leader for those living with HIV.
4 November 2021- Juba, South Sudan. Simon counts the support of friends as vital to the success of his treatment.

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