African Nations Receiving U.S. HIV/AIDS Funding Could Spend More Of Their Own Money To Address Disease, Study Says

New York Times: African Nations Can Help More on AIDS, Study Says
“The 12 African countries that receive most of the American taxpayer dollars spent fighting AIDS could do much more to pay their own way, according to a new study. … The study, by the Harvard School of Public Health and the Results for Development Institute in Washington, was published in the January issue of The Lancet Global Health and paid for by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…” (McNeil, 1/5).

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