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33-year-old Kassasa Goreth lives in the Kito community of Uganda's Rakai district with her six children, whose ages range from 3 years to 15. She grows coffee and ground nuts for her own consumption. She lost a brother and a sister to AIDS. Asked how things are for her, she says,
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33-year-old Kassasa Goreth lives in the Kito community of Uganda's Rakai district with her six children, whose ages range from 3 years to 15. She grows coffee and ground nuts for her own consumption. She lost a brother and a sister to AIDS. Asked how things are for her, she says, "Not good. I live each day as it comes."

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