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ARUA , UGANDA, JULY 9, 2006 :  Members of Nacwola speake and perfrom a play after church service in a catholic church outside Arua to inform the community about living with HIV, prevention, treatment and acceptance in Arua, Uganda on July 9, 2006. Nacwola is a woman PHA group (people living with HIV-AIDS) and most members are widows on ARV treatment. Rose Atibuni (speaking) is the chairwoman of the group in Arua, and the only survivor of the 4 founding members. Their aim is to support hiv positive people, inform the community about HIV and fight stigma by performing plays and songs. The ARV treatment program started July 2002 at the HIV clinic run by MSF in Arua hospital. (Photo by Jean-Marc Giboux)