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(Studio & Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Andrea Koppel) The AIDS crisis in Ethiopia, which has caused about a million children to be orphaned, featured; scenes shown from orphanages & villages. [Hope for Children founder Yewoinhet MASRESHA- says most AIDS orphans face loneliness and no support.] [Government OFFICIAL – talks about prevention programs.] Live in-studio discussion held with Melissa Faye Greene, who adopted an Ethiopian child. [GREENE – talks about why she & her husband decided to adopt; comments on the process of adopting African children; says there are also children orphaned by other diseases & famine; talks about her adopted daughter, Helen Samuel; comments on the need for medicine in Africa.]
- Koppel, Andrea
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