Towards an AIDS-FREE Generation is a long-term project based on a narrative framework using photographic and audio documentation, focusing on paediatric HIV/AIDS, documenting the lives of several women as they participate in a programme preventing their unborn babies becoming infected with HIV in rural and urban Zambia.
This two-year journey began in 2009, a process committed to preserving the dignity of the subjects, and telling their stories with integrity and respect. It is my hope that this work also stands as a tribute to the strength and love these women show, and other women like them, as they deal with the challenges of living positively. Managed and produced by Christine Nesbitt Hills, directed by UNICEF Senior Photography Editor Ellen Tolmie, with support from UNICEF Zambia and Zambia’s Ministry of Health.
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Towards an AIDS-FREE Generation exhibition