You'll never know what it's like to be an HIV positive mother in Africa
Walking miles to a clinic, being kicked out of home, giving birth alone and waiting to find out if your baby has HIV - all shown here happening in Western society.
The film puts the experience of HIV-positive African mothers in the narrative of a Western woman living in a global city dealing with an over-stretched health system, and the lack of support experienced by some of the 1.3mHIV positive pregnant women in sub-Saharan Africa each year.
Charity mothers2mothers are helping to prevent HIV-positive women pass the disease onto their babies and reduce child and maternal mortality rates.
Director: Martin de Thurah
This article was first published on marketingmagazine.co.uk
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