Africa In Africa's battle against AIDS, a key player hits a crossroads

The Catholic Church administers 25 percent of all AIDS treatment worldwide, especially in hard-to-reach rural areas. But it's facing new obstacles as funding declines and African governments are under pressure to provide services themselves.

Ryan Lenora Brown

In the center of Kayesa, a sun-drenched village in central Malawi, stands the empty shell of a public health clinic.