Fighting the AIDS epidemic in Malawi

In 2004, the AIDS epidemic was ravaging Malawi, a small country in sub-Saharan Africa, destroying its social and economic infrastructure and threatening its very survival as a nation. Without access to treatment and care, AIDS was a death sentence in Malawi. Hospitals were doubling as morgues as patients were literally dying in the corridors.

In response, a team of the world’s top clinicians, including the Global Head of MSF, James Orbinski, set up Dignitas International. Filmed in both Malawi and Toronto, this is their story.

 

 

Client
Dignitas International
Location
Malawi, Canada
Tags
SDG1, SDG2, SDG3