September 2009
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The article offers information on the Rose Project which aims to fund medical and nursing care to people with HIV and AIDS. The project has been working in Malawi to address the high rates of maternal mortality with HIV infection and high rate of HIV transmission form mother to child during pregnancy. On the other hand, the Rose Project was founded by former nurse Mary Donohoe after she visited in Nakuru, Kenya to conduct AIDS programs.


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