The Life Skills Development Foundation (TLSDF) and photographer, Daylin Paul, are collaborating to support those affected by HIV/AIDS in migrant and indigenous communities. Indigenous Karen woman, Naw, has agreed to share her story about living with HIV in a remote hill tribe, where quality healthcare is rare and social stigmas are rampant.
Watch the beautiful video montage of Naw and read her story here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a-mother-s-story
Help us reach our goal and all funds will be donated to running the film project with Naw and to TLSDF’s HIV/AIDS program for children and families. Cheers!
All photos on this post are by daylinpaul.com.