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Ntombizanele Skote

Ntombizanele Skote is 29 years old and lives in Khayelitsha in a bungalow that she shares with her husband and her 3 years old boy, who is HIV negative. She had her second child in June, 2006. Her family and friends know her status, as does her husband, who is negative.

Ntombizanele wanted to be in the project because "HIV is everywhere" and she wants everyone to know that. She also wants others to know that people with HIV can live just like HIV negative people


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I want to be seen beyond my status. I am more than HIV positive.
Funeka Nceke
Cape Town project participant


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