AIDS Daughter

Fellows Fall 2006

By Jennifer Dunn

June 02, 2009

In China, hundreds of thousands of children have parents infected with HIV. In the nation's rural regions, the stigma surrounding AIDS is so severe it affects not only the infected adults, but also their children. They face rejection from their friends and communities, uncertainties about their futures, and new responsibilities in the home. Reporter Jennifer Dunn brings us this day in the life of one such child.

Listen to Dunn's report for World Vision Report.