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"I was 20 years old when I visited Africa for the first time, and I met so many people my age and younger who were dealing with AIDS. Some had the disease. Others were orphans forced to support their siblings. Nobody talked about what a major crisis this was. Keep a Child Alive
) has been funding treatment for children and families for ten years; we now support seven clinics and outreach projects in Africa and India, but so many people still need our help. The way I see it, we're a family, and we have to help each other."
—As told to A.D.