Tom Lynch of the United States celebrates the end of the 2007 AIDS Walk Africa with schoolchildren at Nkoanekoli Primary School near Arusha in Tanzania. Some 40 walkers from the United States and Canada participated in the fourth AIDS Walk Africa, raising a total of US$ 625 000 to support Tanzanian projects of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatic AIDS Foundation, visiting hospitals, clinics and schools in rural communities. There are currently some 2 million people living with HIV in this country, and the Foundation has funded 152 sites in Tanzania to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), along with a number of care and treatment programs. According to the latest UNAIDS report, sub-Saharan Africa continues to be the most affected area globally.
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