Step Into Africa: Living With AIDS
Princess Kasune Zulu AIDS advocate, World Vision
Princess Kasune Zulu shares first-hand knowledge of what it means to be orphaned by AIDS and to contract it herself.
To help educate her native Zambians, she has hitchhiked with truck drivers who frequent prostitutes on the transcontinental highways and then return home to their wives, and are thus at high risk of getting and spreading the virus. She tested positive for HIV in 1997. Princess is her first name, not a royal title. Zulu is the mother of Joy (11) and Faith (10), who are both HIV-negative. She has taken her message to the UN and international AIDS conferences. Her story has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and on ABC's Good Morning America. This event was co-sponsored by World Vision.
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