Archived story. Original version is here.
One day last year, Natasha read about Gary’s work in a Half Moon Bay Review article and also heard his colleague Bess Klumb speak at the local Rotary Club about the use of computers among orphans in the Balkans. She asked if he thought computers might contribute to AIDS prevention programs in Africa, especially among the youth orphaned by HIV/AIDS. He figured they could, so they talked about it, and that conversation started a chain of events that is leading now to a network of Community-based Health Information Centers in Africa.