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    A billboard promotes a stigma-free attitude and encourages HIV testing in Gaborone, Botswana. Loosely translated from Setswana, the message reads: "Don?t laugh at other people?s misfortune because you too may be affected with HIV in the future. Be Informed. Protect Yourself. Go for Testing....

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    A billboard in Mogoditshane, Botswana, advertises BONEPWA, the Botswana Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS. The network is an NGO established in 2000 that provides HIV education and promotes prevention and treatment.

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    A billboard in Gaborone, Botswana, promotes HIV testing. The slogan reads: "I am a real man, are you? I have been tested for HIV with my partner."

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    The National AIDS Coordinating Agency (NACA) in Gaborone, Botswana. Established in 1999, the agency is responsible for identification of priorities in the fight against HIV/AIDS, development of policies and programs, and monitoring and evaluation of progress.

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    The Community Relief Day Care Centre is an initiative of the Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS). Funded in part by the Global Fund and the Stephen Lewis Foundation, the centre provides food and day care services for local children of HIV positive parents and respite care for people living...

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    A billboard in Botswana promotes HIV testing.

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    A machine sponsored by the Government of Botswana dispenses free condoms. Cross-border trucking has been identified as a major contributor to the spread of HIV/AIDS, and therefore condom dispensers are regularly filled at customs and immigration offices, motels, and public restrooms.

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    A mobile advertisement encourages condom use in Gaborone, Botswana.

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    A billboard in Gaborone, Botswana, promotes prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services. Botswana is making major headway on PMTCT of HIV. All pregnant mothers are encouraged to get tested during prenatal visits, and those identified as HIV positive are given free counseling and...

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    The Nurses Association of Botswana supports approximately 5,000 registered nurses and sets standards for nursing practice. Through the Association's Caring for Caregivers program a wellness center has been established where nurses can have HIV testing, counseling, and treatment with greater...

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    While a teacher supervises early learning activities, adult clients tend the vegetable garden used for the Community Relief Day Care Centre's feeding program run by the Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS) in Tlokweng, Botswana.

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    A boy in Tlokweng, Botswana, who is one of many children in the country whose families are affected by the AIDS epidemic. He is one of the fortunate few receiving two meals a day at the Community Relief Day Care Centre run by the Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS).

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    Volunteers at the Community Relief Day Care Centre run by the Botswana Retired Nurses Society (BORNUS) in Tlokweng, Botswana. These women cook meals, teach female clients to knit, provide activities for male clients, and help supervise the children.

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    A Service Delivery Officer (registered midwife) conducts an HIV/AIDS voluntary counseling and testing session as part of a PMTCT program at the youth center of the Botswana Family Welfare Association in Maun Village, Botswana.

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