The point of view for most people affected by AIDS in Africa is that they want to have more of a chance to live a full life (if they are the one with AIDS). Others, who have loved ones affected by AIDS want the loved ones' lives to be better and, perhaps, to prevent themselves from getting HIV.
The people affected by AIDS in Africa are most likely to have a fairly personal point of view. They are most interested in trying to improve the potential quality of life for the person who suffers from the disease. They are less interested, for the most part, in creating better public health systems or in making AIDS less likely to spread to the population in general.