As Aids baffling statistics persist, an attempt to grasp, through photography, the daily lives of those touched by the disease remains necessary. To avoid the clean, sterilized front or the crushing impotence often felt through the unbearable imagery, and rather to capture the full complexity of suffering, hope and life in which dignity itself is at stake. Literally, Aids epidemic ruins Mozambique. Greatest threat to the development of the country, it affects some 12% of its 15- to 49-years-old population (according to the UNICEF). Despite their well-attested efficiency, antiretroviral treatments reach a tiny part of seropositive people in Africa.
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