Original caption:Schoolchildren in an anti-AIDS club in Lusaka, Zambia perform a small play about a schoolgirl becoming infected with HIV. Many schools in Zambia now offer anti-AIDS clubs as an afternoon activity and thousands of such clubs have been set up across the country. The program is run by the Anti-AIDS Project of the Family Trust. Recent research has shown that 12% of 15 and 16-year-old schoolgirls in Lusaka are testing HIV Positive. September 1997.
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