(RED) first met Connie three years ago. Connie had lost all three of her children to AIDS in the 90s before ARV medication in sub-Saharan Africa was made available. She is alive today because she gained access to ARVs. (RED) visited Connie in Zambia in October, and we celebrated her birthday, her eighth anniversary on ARVs and the fact that she's pregnant and expecting a baby girl in December. Connie is a peer educator at three clinics in Zambia, where she helps counsel men and women on the importance of being tested and how to
prevent the transmission of the virus from moms to their babies. Watch to learn more about Connie's experience here and share her story.