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Most of the members of the club do not look their age because of stunted growth.
Antenatal surveillance at clinics in Swaziland shows an increase in HIV prevalence among pregnant women from 39.2 percent in 2006 to 42 percent in 2008.
Upon realising that a generation of children born with HIV had become teenagers, BCMCFS started the Teen Club.
About 200 teenagers across the country are part of the Teen Club with two sites in the commercial and administrative capitals of Swaziland.
Although she is not ready for dating, she says that now she relates much better to the opposite sex than she did in the past.“Interacting with a lot of children in my situation at the club has made me realise that I’m not alone in this situation,” she says.
According to Dr Douglas Blank, the coordinator of Teen Club, HIV-positive children deal with intense issues at a very young age which is a major emotional strain for them.“Teen Club offers a stigma-free environment to help them cope,” says Blank.