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The Waraos, an Amerindian community in Venezuela, are the second largest indigenous population in the country. They live in the delta of the Orinoco River, in the east of the country. Geographically and economically isolated, many of them live in precarious conditions. Fifteen years ago, the first cases of HIV were detected. Since then, the Pandemic has become galloping, with a particularly high mortality rate. Lack of education and beliefs, as well as the economic collapse of the country, make awareness and access to medicines difficult. Report by Herminia Fernández and Omar García of France 24 in Spanish, narrated in French by Laura Roudaut.