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In some remote southern regions of Malawi, it's traditional for girls to be made to have sex with a paid sex worker known as a "hyena" once they reach puberty. The act is not seen by village elders as rape, but as a form of ritual "cleansing". However, as Ed Butler reports, it has the potential to be the opposite of cleansing - a way of spreading disease. I meet Eric Aniva in the dusty yard of his three-room shack in Nsanje district in southern Malawi. Goats and chickens graze in the dirt outside.
Streams and rivers flow where before there were dry, dusty river beds. Fields of maize, as tall in places as the farmers' mud huts, tower over the children who run past them. However, looks can be deceptive and despite the lush greenery Malawi is still in the grips of a hunger crisis, caused by a succession of severe droughts in and