U2 campaigner Bono was delighted during his stop in Lesotho on Wednesday (17MAY06) to see the positive impact his campaigning against AIDS has had in the African country. The BEAUTIFUL DAY singer, who is conducting a tour of the troubled continent, visited the Paballong clinic which treats 266 patients with free drugs provided by the Global Fund For AIDS. The town has a single factory which produces T-shirts which are sold at U2 concerts. The Irish rocker said, "It is a proud moment to see what is happening here. "We want it to happen in every country where there is an AIDS epidemic. "AIDS used to be a death sentence and now it's not. It is a great moment for me and for everyone back home who took to the streets and marched on your behalf."