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Thabo Sephuma, EAA and Christine Mangale, Lutheran Office for World Community, view the "Prescription for Life: Help Children Living with
HIV" exhibit during the opening reception held on 19 November at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

Seven year old Zoia, with her mother, Rev. Katrina Foster, reads her letter asking pharmaceutical companies and governments to "make enough medicine for everyone" at the opening of the EAA's "Prescription for Life: Help Children Living with HIV" exhibit at the United Nations headquarters in New York, 19 November

Ken Legins, Senior Advisor, HIV Policy and Evidence, UNICEF, speaks at the opening of the EAA's "Prescription for Life: Help Children
Living with HIV" exhibit at the United Nations headquarters in New York, 19 November.

Eric Sawyer, UNAIDS Civil Society Partnerships Advisor and founder of Act Up New York and Housing Works, speaks at the opening of the EAA's "Prescription for Life: Help Children Living with HIV" exhibit at the United Nations headquarters in New York, 19 November.

Eric Sawyer, UNAIDS Civil Society Partnerships Advisor and founder of Act Up New York and Housing Works, speaks at the opening of the EAA's "Prescription for Life: Help Children Living with HIV" exhibit at the United Nations headquarters in New York, 19 November.

Dr. Deborah Birx, Director, Global AIDS Program for the U.S. Center for Disease Control speaks at an EAA panel discussion on the state of the response for children with HIV, held on 20 November 2009, at the UNICEF building in New York.

Dr Shaffiq Essajee, Director of Clinical Operations and Senior Advisor in Pediatrics for the Clinton Foundation, speaks at an EAA panel discussion on the state of the response for children with HIV, held on 20 November 2009, at the UNICEF building in New York.

Rob Dintruff, Abbott Labs, looks on as Dr Shaffiq Essajee, Director of Clinical Operations and Senior Advisor in Pediatrics for the Clinton Foundation speaks at an EAA panel discussion on the state of the response for children with HIV, held on 20 November 2009, at the UNICEF building in New York.

Rob Dintruff, Abbott Labs, looks on as Dr Shaffiq Essajee, Director of Clinical Operations and Senior Advisor in Pediatrics for the Clinton Foundation speaks at an EAA panel discussion on the state of the response for children with HIV, held on 20 November 2009, at the UNICEF building in New York.

Rob Dintruff, Abbott Labs, receives letters written by children calling for increased treatment for children living with HIV from Thabo Sephuma, EAA’s HIV and AIDS Campaign Officer, on 20 November 2009.

Rob Dintruff, Abbott Labs, receives letters written by children calling for increased treatment for children living with HIV from Thabo Sephuma, EAA’s HIV and AIDS Campaign Officer, on 20 November 2009.