HIV in Guinea (West Africa) is associated with shame and there is very limited treatment for people living with the virus. Many patients Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) treat in Guéckédou Hospital come from far away places and many have no one to care for them. Sia and Fanta are HIV positive and are volunteers for a local NGO in Guéckédou. They spend most of their time taking care of unaccompanied HIV patients. Watch their story. Note that the names of patients other than Sia and Fanta have been changed.