Most Africans don't know their HIV status, and without knowledge, stigma and fear of HIV and people who are HIV positive remain and HIV positive people stay untreated. Nearly 50,000 came forward to be tested for HIV in Kakamega, Kenya in a ground-breaking campaign aimed to combat the area's three biggest public health threats at once: HIV/AIDS, malaria, and diarrheal disease. Witness the stories of several members of this community as they get tested, how they come to grips with knowledge of their status, and in the aftermath of the campaign, see how this knowledge impacts their decisions to chart the course to the rest of their lives.

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