‘Can I talk to you about HIV?’ In Zambia, peer educators work to end an epidemic

November 23, 2020

Musongole Mutambo, a 29-year-old mechanic, has been volunteering as a peer educator with the Zambia Community HIV Prevention Program for three years. For several hours three days a week, he pounds the pavement with fellow volunteers to teach his community about HIV prevention, testing and treatment. The Z-CHPP project is funded by USAID and PEPFAR and implemented by Pact and other partners. (Video by Brian Clark/Pact)