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BRITAIN-ROYALS/ANGOLA-PRESIDENT
RTX74Z50 
September 28, 2019 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Luanda, Angola 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education and awareness project with Angola's First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco at the Presidential Palace in Luanda, Angola, September 28, 2019. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/ANGOLA-PRESIDENT
RTX74Z4Z 
September 28, 2019 
Angola's First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco attends a briefing with Britain's Prince Harry (not pictured) on... 
Luanda, Angola 
Angola's First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco attends a briefing with Britain's Prince Harry on the 'Born Free... 
Angola's First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco attends a briefing with Britain's Prince Harry (not pictured) on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education and awareness project, at the Presidential Palace in Luanda, Angola, September 28, 2019. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/ANGOLA-PRESIDENT
RTX74Z4W 
September 28, 2019 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Luanda, Angola 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education and awareness project with Angola's First Lady, Ana Dias Lourenco, at the Presidential Palace in Luanda, Angola, September 28, 2019. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/ANGOLA-PRESIDENT
RTX74Z4V 
September 28, 2019 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Luanda, Angola 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education... 
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, attends a briefing on the 'Born Free to Shine' HIV/AIDS education and awareness project with Angola's First Lady Ana Dias Lourenco (not pictured) at the Presidential Palace in Luanda, Angola, September 28, 2019. Dominic Lipinski/Pool via REUTERS 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DY9 
December 01, 2018 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign... 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DY7 
December 01, 2018 
A health worker examines a man during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
A health worker examines a man during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day... 
A health worker examines a man during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DXV 
December 01, 2018 
A woman walks past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
A woman walks past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the... 
A woman walks past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DXN 
December 01, 2018 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign... 
A health worker assists an internally displaced person inside a tent during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DWZ 
December 01, 2018 
People walk past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
People walk past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the... 
People walk past a bus during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DWH 
December 01, 2018 
Children walk past a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
Children walk past a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at... 
Children walk past a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
AIDS-DAY/NIGERIA
RTS28DW1 
December 01, 2018 
Women stand near a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at... 
Abuja, Nigeria 
Women stand near a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at... 
Women stand near a banner during an HIV/AIDS awareness campaign on the occasion of World AIDS Day at the Kuchingoro IDPs camp in Abuja, Nigeria December 1, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJRO 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks on in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJRI 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks on in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJRH 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks on in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJQQ 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks on in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJQO 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", looks on in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJP3 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", and participants... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", and participants pose for pictures at the sex worker's networking zone in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJOX 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", speaks... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", speaks with participants in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJNZ 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits an exhibition during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJNN 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", embraces... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", embraces a sex worker in the Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJN7 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", and participants... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", and participants take a selfie at the sex worker's networking zone in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJMH 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits the sex worker networking zone in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJLP 
July 24, 2018 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actress Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", visits the sex worker networking zone in The Global Village, a diverse space where communities from all over the world gather to meet, during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJH9 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Eva Plevier 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJDS 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", reacts as... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", reacts as she addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJDB 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJD6 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", gestures... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", gestures as she addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJD5 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", gestures... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", gestures as she addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJCH 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJCG 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJCF 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJC6 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Eva Plevier 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJBQ 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJBI 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJB0 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTX6CJAH 
July 24, 2018 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses... 
Amsterdam, Netherlands 
22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam 
Actor Charlize Theron, representing "Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, South Africa", addresses a panel "Breaking barriers of inequity in the HIV response" during the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018), the largest HIV/AIDS-focused meeting in the world, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 24, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman 
HEALTH-AIDS/SAFRICA
RTSHP8D 
July 13, 2016 
Children pose for the camera as they wear clothing featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Children pose for the camera during the launch of the countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference,... 
Children pose for the camera as they wear clothing featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic and died in 2001 from the disease, during the launch of the countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference, at the orphanage Nkosi's Haven, which was named after Johnson, in Johannesburg, South Africa July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
HEALTH-AIDS/SAFRICA
RTSHP18 
July 13, 2016 
Mpho Bogagane, a child who is born with AIDS, is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Mpho Bogagane is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi after she gave a speech... 
Mpho Bogagane, a child who is born with AIDS, is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi after she gave a speech at the orphanage Nkosi's Haven, which was named after Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic who died in 2001 from the disease, during the launch of the 5-Day countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference, in Johannesburg, South Africa July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
HEALTH-AIDS/SAFRICA
RTSHP0V 
July 13, 2016 
Mpho Bogagane, a child who is born with AIDS, is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Bogagane is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi after she gave a speech at the... 
Mpho Bogagane, a child who is born with AIDS, is consoled by South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi after she gave a speech at the orphanage Nkosi's Haven, which was named after Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic who died in 2001 from the disease, during the launch of the 5-Day countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference, in Johannesburg, South Africa July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
HEALTH-AIDS/SAFRICA
RTSHP0R 
July 13, 2016 
A child wears a cross over a top featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A child wears a cross over a top featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson during the launch of the... 
A child wears a cross over a top featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic and died in 2001 from the disease, during the launch of the 5-Day countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference, at the orphanage Nkosi's Haven, which was named after Johnson, in Johannesburg, South Africa July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
HEALTH-AIDS/SAFRICA
RTSHP0Q 
July 13, 2016 
A child wears a cross over a top featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
A cross hangs over a picture of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic... 
A child wears a cross over a top featuring the image of the late Nkosi Johnson, one of the youngest victims of the HIV epidemic and died in 2001 from the disease, during the launch of the 5-Day countdown ahead of the AIDS2016 International Conference, at the orphanage Nkosi's Haven, which was named after Johnson, in Johannesburg, South Africa July 13, 2016. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13ZY 
September 15, 2015 
A couple and their child sit at a lounge as they wait for HIV testing at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A couple and their child sit at a lounge as they wait for HIV testing at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
A couple and their child sit at a lounge as they wait for HIV testing at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13ZF 
September 15, 2015 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital... 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13ZD 
September 15, 2015 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, prepares to get a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, prepares to get a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater... 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, prepares to get a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13ZC 
September 15, 2015 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, adds a reactor to a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, adds a reactor to a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the... 
Margaret Muchiri, a counsellor, adds a reactor to a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z9 
September 15, 2015 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital... 
Mishi Mohammed, a phlebotomist, holds a blood sample from a woman to test for HIV at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z8 
September 15, 2015 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z7 
September 15, 2015 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
RTS13Z6 
September 15, 2015 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
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September 15, 2015 
Anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs sit on a shelf in the pharmacy at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi,... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs sit on a shelf in the pharmacy at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi... 
Anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs sit on a shelf in the pharmacy at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
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September 15, 2015 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's... 
Michael Otieno, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
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September 15, 2015 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital... 
Ruth Munyao, a pharmacist, dispenses anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH
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September 15, 2015 
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy... 
Pharmacists Michael Otieno and Ruth Munyao arrange anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs on a shelf in the pharmacy at the Mater Hospital in Kenya's capital Nairobi, September 10, 2015. Most of the 3,000 patients at Mater Hospital's Comprehensive Care Clinic, dedicated to HIV/AIDS treatment, come from nearby shanty towns. In Kenya, HIV prevalence among adults has almost halved since the mid-1990s to 5.3 percent in 2014, according to UNAIDS. Yet HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Kenya, responsible for nearly three in 10 deaths in the east African country, where 1.6 million Kenyans are infected, government data in 2014 shows. Picture taken September 10, 2015. To match Special Series DEVELOPMENT-GOALS/KENYA-HEALTH REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
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June 14, 2015 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors arrive for their match against the British Army Training Unit... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors arrive for their match against the British Army Training Unit... 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors arrive for their match against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
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June 14, 2015 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors (L-R) Sambu Sintario, Feancis Ole Mishami, Sonyanga Ole Ngais... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors pose for a photohraph with the last surviving male northern white... 
Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors (L-R) Sambu Sintario, Feancis Ole Mishami, Sonyanga Ole Ngais and Jonathan Ole Mishami pose for a photohraph with the last surviving male northern white rhino named 'Sudan' after playing against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-CRICKET/
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June 14, 2015 
Francis Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit cricket team during... 
Francis Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-CRICKET/
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June 14, 2015 
Christopher Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK)... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team... 
Christopher Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-CRICKET/
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June 14, 2015 
Thomas Ole Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK)... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit cricket team during... 
Thomas Ole Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-CRICKET
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June 14, 2015 
Christopher Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK)... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit cricket team during... 
Christopher Memusi of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-CRICKET/
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June 14, 2015 
Francis Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket... 
OL PAJETA, Kenya 
Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit cricket team during... 
Francis Leimado of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays against the British Army Training Unit (BATUK) cricket team during a charity tournament called the "Last Male Standing" at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia national park, Kenya June 14, 2015. The cricket tournament is hosted at the home of the last surviving male northern white rhino, and hopes to raise awareness of the plight of endangered animals and the need for community involvement in conservation. The Maasai Cricket Warriors actively campaign against retrogressive traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youths. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
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