In May this year, Pakistan was shaken by the biggest HIV outbreak reported in recent history.

Within six months, about 1,200 people in the Sindh province in the southeast of the country were declared HIV positive. Nearly 900 of them were children.

The number of infected people is constantly growing.

The BBC travelled to the region to find out how the affected families are coping, and if anything has changed since the outbreak.

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