Angola’s 2.4% HIV Prevalence Rate ‘Worrying,’ UNAIDS Country Director Says

Xinhua News: UNAIDS director says Angola’s HIV/AIDS prevalence “worrying”
“Country Director of the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Michel Kouakou said Thursday the 2.4 percent HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in Angola is ‘worrying,’ despite the government’s efforts. UNAIDS’ actions in Angola will continue to focus on supporting the government in actions to fight the disease, the official told the press on the sidelines of a national workshop aimed at strengthening the country’s community health system…” (10/6).

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