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Lesotho Aids diary: Map

The community of St Rodrigue in Lesotho is at the epicentre of the fight against Aids.

More than one in five adults in Lesotho is HIV-positive and the average person will not live long beyond their 35th birthday.

The BBC is following seven people living around St Rodrigue, 40km south of the capital, Maseru, as they cope with the effects of HIV/Aids.


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