Photo by James Nachtwey
Cambodian Health Committee worker examining patient with end stage AIDS as we initiated community-based AIDS therapy for rural Cambodia in 2004.
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A child and mother waiting for TB diagnosis on the Pediatric Ward at Svay Rieng Provincial Hospital in rural Cambodia
A cured TB patient in rural Cambodia
Left: 19 year old Sultan, who had been suffering with TB since the age of 14 (October 2011). Right: Sultan his way to cure from extensively drug resistant TB in the GHC program at St Peter’s Hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Sultan is on the right, his sister in the middle and GHC medical officer and outpatient coordinator Kassim Abato to the left (December 2012).
8 year old Solomon was infected with HIV as a fetus, and was infected by drug resistant TB by his older sister, who was a GHC patient. Rapid screening of Solomon was perfomed when he became ill and medicines for drug resistant TB were promptly instituted. This photo was taken in December 2012 at St Peter’s Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia shortly before his discharge home.
Boston based cellist Sandy Kiefer playing for a patient at the St Peters Hospital drug-resistant TB ward in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Ye How with TB and AIDS seen here in 2006 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Ye How in 2010 at the Maddox Chivan Children's Center, cured of TB and thriving.
Two patients at the St Peters drug-resistant TB ward in Addis Ababa, 2012.
Left: Gizachew in Gondar, August 2010. Right: March 2013
Sorita, orphaned by AIDS, with TB/HIV shown here in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 2008
Sorita in 2011 at the Maddox Chivan Children's Center
14 year old Mikiyas – here shown with his grandmother – suffering from HIV and drug resistant TB. Out of school for a year because of his illness and recently orphaned after the death of his mother from AIDS and TB. Now, on his way to cure of drug resistant TB in the GHC program, living with his grandmother, and studying to catch up in school to reach his dream of being an artist or a doctor.