Museum honours South African Aids Activist, Yvette Raphael

The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC has honored it's first South African Aids Activist for her work. An exhibition of Yvette Alta Raphael in the fight against HIV/Aids was launched yesterday. Raphael is a trusted globally renown advocate on effective and efficient education to the general community regarding new and developing research for medications that treat and/or prevent HIV. She co-found the Tshwaranang Care Center for People Living With HIV & AIDS (PLWHA) and speaks around the globe to advise researchers, advocates, and policy makers. Tsepiso Makwetla spoke to Yvette Raphael