It was high, but now there's this prevention of mother-to-child transmission program. I know that some of your funding goes to that. What it is doing to that country is a miracle. I applaud all the dollars you give to that. I'll give you an example.
I would guess that 60% to 70% of our children are exposed at birth, so that means there's a chance that as they come out of the birth canal they're exposed to it if the mother is positive. We do a rapid test. If we find the baby and we don't know the mother, we do a rapid test immediately, and if the child is positive we start treatment immediately, that day, with nevirapine, which lasts for six weeks.
If we know that the mother is HIV-positive—because they test her right before birth and on her card it says “exposed”—we immediately start the child. On this guess that 60% to 70% of our children are exposed, only 10% of our children are HIV-positive, so it's a miracle drug.