The photos in this gallery are a selection of some of the highlight photos taken by Sarah Day Smith for PEPFAR Mozambique. These images and the various projects and partners they depict represent myriad aspects of PEPFAR's work, and specifically the many ways this initiative is successfully combating HIV/AIDS in Mozambique. They also represent a host of amazing people impacted by, or impacting others' lives through, this work. Truly, these photos are both an acknowledgement of the difficult realities of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, as well as the resilience, hope, and triumphant spirit of Mozambicans overcoming this disease - whether by living positively or remaining negative.
All photos (c) Sarah Day Smith / PEPFAR. All rights reserved.
Sarah Day Smith is a professional photographer, specializing in photojournalism and documentary portraiture for international development organizations. Central to her philosophy of documentary photography is a commitment to capturing and telling stories of hope, dignity, and impact. Sarah's photojournalism skills are greatly enhanced by her strong command of global health issues, with a graduate degree in global health and additional professional experience as a social and behavior change communication (SBCC) specialist.
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