HIV Plus finds optimism and hope in I Am Because We Are

I Am Because We Are is the story of the millions of children orphaned by AIDS in the African country of Malawi.  The title comes from the African philosophy, “Ubuntu”, which pertains to the unity of mankind; an individual’s well-being dependent upon the well-being of others.  HIV Plus Magazine finds optimism in the devastating stories of children living with HIV, and the book’s insistence that we can all make a difference.