AIDS orphans in Mozambique
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PURPOSES ONLY! Orphans students in a school of Chimoio, Mozambique on May 17, 2004. In 2003 the epidemic Aids has left 15 millions of orphans in the world. According to Unicef’s estimations, 18,4 millions of children will lose at least one of their parents by 2010.
The epidemic disease has already killed 20 millions of people and contaminated 38 millions in the world. 12 millions of orphans are concentrate in Africa. The United Nations agency's FAO has started a project for Aids orphans in Mozambique by supporting religious institutions to introduce group of orphans to farm activities. ©FAO/Giuseppe Bizzarri
DATE: May 31, 2014