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While 100,000 children die each year worldwide from AIDS, the medicines are often incorrectly dosed, bitter or too large and impossible for the little ones to swallow. But now a new medicine exists, specially adapted for children: soluble, it melts in water and has a strawberry taste that is more pleasant to swallow. Above all, the price is cheaper: it has gone from $400 to $36 per child. This new treatment will be available in 6 African countries: Benin, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Zimbabwe in 2021and will develop rapidly. Did you know it? AIDS is a disease that is transmitted by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). This virus attacks the blood. It destroys cells that allow the body to defend itself.
While 100,000 children die each year worldwide from AIDS, the medicines are often incorrectly dosed, bitter or too large and impossible for the little ones to swallow. But now a new medicine exists, specially adapted for children: soluble, it melts in water and has a strawberry taste that is more pleasant to swallow. Above all, the price is cheaper: it has gone from $400 to $36 per child. This new treatment will be available in 6 African countries: Benin, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Zimbabwe in 2021and will develop rapidly. Did you know it? AIDS is a disease that is transmitted by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). This virus attacks the blood. It destroys cells that allow the body to defend itself.

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While the COVID-19 virus is still circulating, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is concerned about the closure of schools for the second year. This is especially since deprived of schools, children are even more victims of various forms of violence. More broadly, for those whose parents cannot help them, children cannot study at home. This worries UNICEF.
While the COVID-19 virus is still circulating, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is concerned about the closure of schools for the second year. This is especially since deprived of schools, children are even more victims of various forms of violence. More broadly, for those whose parents cannot help them, children cannot study at home. This worries UNICEF.

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Naelle 8 years old, France " Animals in the wild in Rwanda Hello my name is Naelle and I am going to tell you about the safari I did in Rwanda . There were about 8 different animals. There were zebras, elephants, giraffes, warthogs, crocodiles, buffalos, monkeys and hippos. This is my safari. Now I will explain to you what a safari is. On a safari we are in a car and we look out the window at the animals that live in freedom. Not like in a zoo where they are locked up in cages. So it's a safari.
Naelle 8 years old, France " Animals in the wild in Rwanda Hello my name is Naelle and I am going to tell you about the safari I did in Rwanda . There were about 8 different animals. There were zebras, elephants, giraffes, warthogs, crocodiles, buffalos, monkeys and hippos. This is my safari. Now I will explain to you what a safari is. On a safari we are in a car and we look out the window at the animals that live in freedom. Not like in a zoo where they are locked up in cages. So it's a safari.

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While 100,000 children die each year worldwide from AIDS, the medicines are often incorrectly dosed, bitter or too large and impossible for the little ones to swallow. But now a new medicine exists, specially adapted for children: soluble, it melts in water and has a strawberry taste that is more pleasant to swallow. Above all, the price is cheaper: it has gone from $400 to $36 per child. This new treatment will be available in 6 African countries: Benin, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Zimbabwe in 2021and will develop rapidly. Did you know it? AIDS is a disease that is transmitted by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). This virus attacks the blood. It destroys cells that allow the body to defend itself.
While 100,000 children die each year worldwide from AIDS, the medicines are often incorrectly dosed, bitter or too large and impossible for the little ones to swallow. But now a new medicine exists, specially adapted for children: soluble, it melts in water and has a strawberry taste that is more pleasant to swallow. Above all, the price is cheaper: it has gone from $400 to $36 per child. This new treatment will be available in 6 African countries: Benin, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Zimbabwe in 2021and will develop rapidly. Did you know it? AIDS is a disease that is transmitted by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). This virus attacks the blood. It destroys cells that allow the body to defend itself.

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