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Access to Life: South Africa

With more than 5.5 million people living with HIV, South Africa remains the country with the highest number of infected people in the world. As in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, the face of AIDS is more and more a female one, and in some areas of South Africa, women are three times as likely to be infected as men.

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Access to Life: Rwanda

Despite its troubled recent history, Rwanda’s rapid effort to combat AIDS has made free lifelong treatment available to 44,000 people—up from 4,000 people who had started treatment just five years ago. Rwanda stands out as one of the success stories in Africa, and is a model for how health care can reach all communities. Yet AIDS remains a serious health problem in a country rebuilding from war and genocide.

Access to Life: Russia

After the fall of the Soviet Union, a wave of drug use swept over Russia, addicting hundreds of thousands of young people. With heroin injection came the spread of HIV, rapidly infecting more than 1 million Russians. Russia’s is among the world’s most rapidly expanding AIDS epidemics, and frequently, those infected are diagnosed too late to be saved.

Access to Life: Mali

In Mali, HIV is transmitted mainly through sex. Nearly 2% of Mali’s population of more than 12 million is infected.

Access to Life: India

India's AIDS epidemic has been fueled mainly by unprotected sex. Estimates are that more than 2.5 million Indians are living with HIV.

Access to Life: Haiti

Haiti and the Dominican Republic together account for 3/4 of HIV infections in the Caribbean.

2008 Olympic Athletes

Paolo Pellegrin photographed some of the worlds top athletes as they prepared for this year's Olympic Games in Beijing.

Vietnam

"I decided to be the one to show what was really going on in Vietnam. Here was something of profound importance. My goal was to present every aspect of the war in a digestible way between two covers of a book."
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