Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, successful health programs operate in isolation. One neighborhood project in Zambia provides patients with medicine, attention, and jobs. Philip Miyoba, 53, lives with AIDS. "This disease has come to kill me," said Miyoba, who weighs just 92 pounds. His life has been lengthened because of the efforts of Doctor Waza Kaunda, who provided Miyoba with new drugs and proper nutrition.
(Dominic Chavez/Boston Globe)