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The Problem:
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Dayo is eight years old and lives in South Africa. Her favorite subjects are writing and math, and she enjoys helping her friends with their homework. When she grows up, she wants to be a teacher.

Dayo has AIDS. And she doesn't know it.

Dayo is only one of the 5.6 million people in South Africa infected with the HIV virus. South Africa has the highest AIDS prevalence of any country in the world. In 2005, there were an estimated 3 million children living as orphans due to the AIDS virus. And that number keeps growing.

Basic South
Africa Facts

66% of the nation's 18 million children live in poverty

The average life expectancy due to AIDS is 44

Less then 20% of the one million citizens in need of anti-retroviral treatment recieved it in 2005

Over 34% of South African households make less then $2 per day
Every Day, 8,000 People Die
from AIDS

1,000 of them die in South Africa

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