Community workers in C.A.R deliver HIV drugs to patients

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In remote parts of the Central African Republic, community workers deliver HIV/AIDS drugs to patients.

Communities in the south-eastern region of Zemio, struggle to have access to government's services or supplies due to years of conflict.

"There is poverty here, there is starvation here. Women have had to resort to sex to scrape together 0.17 cents for their survival", Bienvenu, a nurse at the Zemio hospital said.

Marina has been living with HIV since 2010. Two years ago, she left the countr…
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Central African Republic
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central african republic, c.a.r, hiv, aids, medicine, drugs, community