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Blade and Michael Jackson
Irenio

Girl carrying large log
Steve Barrett

Smiles up close
Camila

Martial arts
Steve Barrett

Sun and shade
Cecilia

Young street style
Andre

Small boy on errand
Steve Barrett

Circle in the sun
Aires

Book of singing
Braselino

Air four
Aires

Hanging out at the dump
Jeremias

The most enjoyed hobby by boys in Mozambique
Inocencia

Looking forward
Andre

Nade
Steve Barrett

The kiss
Irenio

From trash to treasure
Jeremias

Children raising children
Farida

Football
Antonio Augustin

Rolling
Cecilia

Break time from the roda
Inocencia

 

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Disclosing my HIV status was the biggest difficulty of my life. My mother has lost so many people to the virus and always said that she didn't want any of her children to have this disease.
Nwabisa Ndlokovane
Cape Town project participant


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