Liberia has one of the lowest rates of HIV in Subsaharan Africa, a region more affected by HIV and AIDS than anywhere in the world.
Years of civil war through the 90s coupled with high circumcision rates among men reduced the spread of the virus in Liberia while it reached epidemic levels elsewhere. However, high rates of sexual violence in the West African nation, according to UNAIDS, pose a threat to women.
Tamasin Ford reports from Monrovia, the capital of Liberia.
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