Ind. students' visit to Swaziland to focus on health, friendship

A group of students from Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School in Indianapolis will travel to Swaziland to spend two weeks discussing HIV/AIDS with youths in the African country with the highest prevalence of the virus in the world. An official with the nonprofit group Saving Orphans Through Healthcare and Outreach, which is helping fund the trip, said the students will work to connect their peers with local health choices as well as establish a sister-school relationship. "It's going to be life-changing on both continents," said the nonprofit's CEO Cynthia Prime.

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