Papua New Guinea: Born free of HIV

For many in developing countries who dream of being parents, HIV infection once meant those dreams meant passing the deadly disease on to their offspring.

A program in Papua New Guinea funded by UNICEF has ensured that HIV-positive parents can prevent parent-to-child transmission of the virus. Mark and Lucy of Papua New Guinea recently had a baby girl who was born, and continues to be, HIV-negative.

Watch the video to learn more about UNICEF’s life changing work in Papua New Guinea.

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