There is a balm in Tapologo: AIDS in South Africa
Ravaged by HIV/AIDS, women and children from a South African squatter camp find hope at a volunteer-run clinic.
Two years ago Selinah was lying on a mat at the altar of the Catholic mission in Phokeng, South Africa. Weighing only 86 pounds, she shivered with fever as the AIDS virus took over her body. Surrounded by other patients of the Tapologo AIDS Hospice, run by the Catholic Diocese of Rustenburg, she prayed for her life as the community anointed her.