a rural store that has very little to sell.
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is it like to live in a world where a third of everyone in your country
will most likely be dead in the next few years? Where 80% of the people
have no jobs, where inflation can leap over 100% in a month, where schools
have the blackboard painted on the wall?
With such a world
as your backdrop, how can dreams be conjured, hopes be nourished, plans
Meet Faith, a 22-year old AIDS orphan who lives in Zimbabwe, working days
as a bike messenger, going to school at night, volunteering as a counselor
to other AIDS orphans — staunch and brimming with a fierce optimism.
Faith provides a glimpse of what the world is like in Africa and how humanity
flourishes even in the worst of circumstances. She is eager, striving,
and filled with aspirations, even while the world around her crumbles