In Zambia, A Mission to Make Medicine as Widespread as Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola is available nearly everywhere in the world, including many remote places in Africa, such as throughout the landlocked country of Zambia. What if medications for HIV and malaria were as cheap, widely available and heavily distributed as Coke? That's the thinking behind ColaLife, a project founded by Simon Berry, who has been an aid worker in Africa for years. Berry speaks with us about his organization.

If you can get a bottle of coke anywhere in Africa - could it not also be used to drugs to fight things like HIV and malaria?  The project is piloted in Zambia - and man behind it all is SIMON BERRY. He's the founder of ColaLife.