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CRS World Report: Helping HIV+ Mothers Have Healthy Babies

April 9, 2013 by

Betty Ayaa, who is living with HIV, poses with two of her four children at her home in Uganda. While she was pregnant with her youngest child, a CRS program provided her with medication that prevented HIV from being passed on to her newborn. Photo by David Snyder for CRS

Betty Ayaa, who is living with HIV, poses with two of her four children at her home in Uganda. While she was pregnant with her youngest child, a CRS program provided her with medication that prevented HIV from being passed on to her newborn. Photo by David Snyder for CRS

Mothers can transmit HIV to their children during pregnancy, labor, delivery or breastfeeding — a tragic beginning to a new life. Fortunately, we know how to prevent this.  Last year, Pope Benedict XVI praised the United Nation’s goal to eradicate HIV infections in unborn children by 2015 and the key role Catholic health groups, like CRS, play in this global campaign.

Click on the media player below to listen to CRS’s Dr. Kazadi explain how mothers living with HIV are giving birth to healthy babies.

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