Published in AIDS Weekly, December 29th, 2008
After their death, Musa first went to live with his widowed, maternal grandmother and then with his Aunt Hadija. Although too young to fully understand who his parents were then, he is well aware now, thanks to his memory book.
Every year, more than 600,000 children are orphaned by AIDS. And with each passing year, these children begin to forget the loving families to which they once belonged.
Traditions are lost; memories and smiles fade.
But Christian Children's Fund has created a way for...
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