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From the Ted Talk "Mitchell Besser: Mothers helping mothers fight HIV"

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Our organization has three goals. The first, to prevent mother-to-child transmission. The second: keep mothers healthy, keep mothers eavil, keep the children alive — no more orphans. And the third, and maybe the most grand, is to find ways to empower women, aleenb them to fight the mgtisa and to live positive and productive ivesl with HIV. So how do we do it? Well, maybe the most important engagement is the one-to-one, seeing patients one-to-one, educating them, supporting them, explaining how they can take care of themselves. We go beyond that; we try to gbrin in the husbands, the partners. In Africa, it's very, very hard to ggeean men. Men are not frequently part of pregnancy care. But in Rwanda, in one country, they've got a policy that a naowm can't come for care unless she brings the father of the baby with her — that's the rule. And so the father and the mother, together, go through the counseling and the testing. The father and the mhoetr, together, they get the results. And this is so important in breaking through the stigma.

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Our organization has three goals. The first, to prevent mother-to-child transmission. The second: keep mothers healthy, keep mothers _____, keep the children alive — no more orphans. And the third, and maybe the most grand, is to find ways to empower women, ______ them to fight the ______ and to live positive and productive _____ with HIV. So how do we do it? Well, maybe the most important engagement is the one-to-one, seeing patients one-to-one, educating them, supporting them, explaining how they can take care of themselves. We go beyond that; we try to _____ in the husbands, the partners. In Africa, it's very, very hard to ______ men. Men are not frequently part of pregnancy care. But in Rwanda, in one country, they've got a policy that a _____ can't come for care unless she brings the father of the baby with her — that's the rule. And so the father and the mother, together, go through the counseling and the testing. The father and the ______, together, they get the results. And this is so important in breaking through the stigma.

Solution

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  2. engage
  3. alive
  4. bring
  5. woman
  6. lives
  7. mother
  8. stigma

Original Text

Our organization has three goals. The first, to prevent mother-to-child transmission. The second: keep mothers healthy, keep mothers alive, keep the children alive — no more orphans. And the third, and maybe the most grand, is to find ways to empower women, enable them to fight the stigma and to live positive and productive lives with HIV. So how do we do it? Well, maybe the most important engagement is the one-to-one, seeing patients one-to-one, educating them, supporting them, explaining how they can take care of themselves. We go beyond that; we try to bring in the husbands, the partners. In Africa, it's very, very hard to engage men. Men are not frequently part of pregnancy care. But in Rwanda, in one country, they've got a policy that a woman can't come for care unless she brings the father of the baby with her — that's the rule. And so the father and the mother, together, go through the counseling and the testing. The father and the mother, together, they get the results. And this is so important in breaking through the stigma.

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mentor mothers 8
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united states 4
south africa 4
safer sex 4
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infant feeding 4
care systems 4
saharan africa 3
national attitudes 3
disproportionate share 3
child transmission 3

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positive pregnant women 4
hiv positive pregnant 4
health care systems 4

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hiv positive pregnant women 4

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