Posing with this mother and child in the Namibian town of Oshakati, was Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Senior Public Health Advisor, Hussain Baseer.
”Since 2002, CDC has helped Namibia develop and implement HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment programs. CDC-Namibia helps build the capacity of the country’s healthcare workforce. CDC’s assistance has strengthened national efforts to prevent HIV transmission and to expand care and treatment services. The aim of all support is to ensure that Namibia soon sees an AIDS-free generation.”
For more on CDC’s role in Namibia, see the link below.