|Origin: African (South Africa)|
|FUNEKA NCEKE, 28, from Khayelitsha, South Africa, one of 15 HIV-positive mothers and mothers-to-be, living in townships around Cape Town who were given cameras by the British BBC to illustrate|
their lives, 2006. Funeka, who took this picture, was one of two women sponsored to attend photography school by one of the projectís co-creators. Funeka likes taking pictures to show that HIV-
positive people can be "fresh and healthy"