Women Empowerment In An AIDS Ridden Society

KENYA - DECEMBER 2006: Female tea workers on the Unilever tea estate plantation December 2006 in Nairobi, Kenya. Unilever has made great progress in educating their workers on the dangers of Aids and the neccesary empowerment of women. HIV rates in Kenya are now at 5 to 1 in terms of women to men, indicating a strong feminisation of the disease. As a result groups of Kenyan HIV+ women are banding together to offer each other education and support. Getty Images is partnering with the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS ongoing projects. (Photo by Brent Stirton/Getty Images)
KENYA - DECEMBER 2006: Female tea workers on the Unilever tea estate plantation December 2006 in Nairobi, Kenya. Unilever has made great progress in educating their workers on the dangers of Aids and the neccesary empowerment of women. HIV rates in Kenya are now at 5 to 1 in terms of women to men, indicating a strong feminisation of the disease. As a result groups of Kenyan HIV+ women are banding together to offer each other education and support. Getty Images is partnering with the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS ongoing projects. (Photo by Brent Stirton/Getty Images)
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