South Africa lost 12-year-old Nkosi Johnson last year, but in April, the Swedish nonprofit Children’s World posthumously awarded him the Children’s Nobel Prize for piping up about mother-to-child transmission....A San Francisco court ordered former city health commissioner Ronald Hill to pay his ex, Thomas Lister, $5 million in damages, the outcome of a civil suit charging that Hill repeatedly lied about his HIV status and Lister seroconverted as a result....Economist Jeffrey Sachs will dump Harvard for Columbia in July to head the university’s interdisciplinary Earth Institute and advance his work on global HIV initiatives....In recognition of her work with AIDS orphans, First Lady of Uganda Janet Museveni won the first Global AIDS Leadership Award on May 6, two days after joining forces with anti-condom, pro-abstinence lobbyists at the UN Special Session on Children.