Six young boys lounge in the shade of an acacia grove that serves as the entrance to Napuu, a village on the outskirts of Lodwar, Kenya. In the distance, dust rises behind a lorry trundling across the sand. As it nears, the boys excitedly jump up and run to the village, carrying news of the arrival of the Beyond Zero mobile clinic. Within the hour, their mothers will return with them for vaccinations.
Success in the fight to end AIDS in children has shown that effective partnership and persistent country leadership can produce transformational results – yet there is unfinished business.