Executive director of the US-based non-profit organisation, Sarah Haberman, said their approach towards their work is to honour the diversity and commonality of human experience through art.
It really humanises the issue... It's that vulnerability and willingness to say something important about oneself that allows us to connect with with them and listen with an open mind.— Sarah Haberman, The Moth
Haberman said some of the advantages was support from the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation which enabled the organisation to conduct workshops that opened up a different conversation about the issue.
Access to anti-retroviral treatment has increased tremendously since 2009, with 3.5 million South Africans receiving treatment.
However, the high infection rates among young women and adolescents remains a challenge in curbing the scourge.
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