No Place Left to Bury the Dead: Denial, Despair and Hope in the African AIDS Pandemic
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On top of this, appropriate healthcare is often unavailable. The use of antiretrovirals to prevent the transmission of the virus from mother to child was well proven by , but only a tiny number of HIV-positive pregnant women had access to it. Everywhere Itano travels, elders scramble to care for orphaned children and she is once again shocked by governmental inaction and the taint that surrounds the disease.
Religious resistance to condom use, alongside rumors that AIDS is an effort to reduce the Black population, compound the crisis by stalling discussions of safer sex practices. Thankfully, Botswana offers a more enlightened approach. The first African nation to offer free antiretroviral drugs to people with AIDS, government leaders openly encourage testing, discuss condom use, and are respectful of PWAs.
The women Itano introduces are rarely model citizens—some drink too much while others fail to follow medical protocols—but they offer an insightful look into the difficulties endemic to challenging societal norms and shifting human behaviors.