Rose Koluwa, an HIV positive mother of six boys and one girl, poses with her children in her shelter in Juba on April 28, 2016.
Rose was infected by her husband, who died a bit later. Since then, she lost her job and temporarily quit taking anti-retrovirals because she thought they were not helping her. . South Sudan experiences a generalised HIV epidemic, with concentration of high prevalence in urban areas, basically in the Equatorial region. According to UN AIDS, nearly 3% of the adult population is HIV positive, with 13,000 deaths every year and 18,000 new infections annually. However, these figures should be likely higher if there was a more accurate evaluation among the rural population. / AFP / Albert Gonzalez Farran (Photo credit should read ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN/AFP/Getty Images)