This is Mr. Titus and his wife, Agnes, both of whom live in Malawi with their four children. When Mr. Titus was tested positive for HIV over 10 years ago, he was terrified. “I could not participate in community events or even eat together with people who were not also HIV positive. I was frequently ill and hopeless.” In fact, community stigmatization of HIV/AIDS is a serious issue in places where education about causes and prevention is limited. World Relief established support groups in Mr. Titus’ community to end discrimination against victims of HIV/AIDS. In 2013, World Relief provided his family with farming supplies and tools to establish a regular source of income and a sustainable source of medicine and food to better their immune systems.