A virtual Africa exhibit brings the reality of AIDS home through a free, interactive exhibit open to the public that takes its visitors on a journey into AIDS-affected communities in Africa, as seen through the eyes of three children. Walk through an African village replica and experience the effects of the pandemic in a real way. Listen to a personal audio track relating the story of three children – Kombo, Babirye, and Emmanuel, thanks to Federal Way based world relief organization, World Vision.

World Vision’s Step into Africa exhibit, which has already visited over 130 cities since it began touring in 2007, will be on display at The Next Fifty at the Seattle Center. The public is invited to go through the free, multimedia, interactive exhibit and join over 300,000 people who have been through the exhibit.

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The exhibit is open from Friday, August 24 through Sunday, October 21. Hours are Wednesdays – Sundays from 11:00am – 7:00pm.

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For more information on World Vision, visit http://www.worldvision.org.

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Seattle, WA 98109