Children of AIDS: Africa's Orphan Crisis

Pluto Press | ISBN 0745320759 | 2003-09-05 | PDF | 208pages | 930 KB

This new, fully updated edition of Emma Guest's acclaimed book explores how the AIDs crisis has devastated the world's poorest continent, and shows how families, charities and governments are responding to the next wave of the crisis - millions of orphans.
Based on extensive interviews, Guest lets people tell their own stories. The result is a moving and disturbing account of the experiences of orphans, street children, grandparents, aunts, foster parents, charity and social workers and foreign donors across South Africa, Zambia and Uganda.


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