Doctors, nurses, activists and policy makers have all been vital to Africa's HIV programmes, but supporting them every step of the way has been an army of dedicated community health workers and volunteers who care for people living with the disease.
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People are calling Swaziland's first children's radio programme "Ses'khona", which literally means, "We're here", but in the siSwati language it implies the arrival of a group that intends to stay and be heard.
Health experts predict that Swaziland will be the second country in the Southern African Development Community to eradicate malaria. Mauritius was the first country in the region to achieve this health milestone.