By Jordan Schermerhorn in The New York Times

The Bobete clinic, an outpost tucked away in the mountains, is run by Partners In Health, the organization founded by Dr. Paul Farmer and best known for its work in Haiti. The clinic is used primarily to treat HIV patients in a catchment area of 30,000 people. In Lesotho, 23% of the adult population is HIV positive—most of them women of childbearing age—and treatment is undergoing a transformation.

http://kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/06/28/hiv-in-the-mountain-kingdom/