Christian Science Monitor Examines Trump Administration’s ‘Divergent Views’ On PEPFAR In Africa

Christian Science Monitor: U.S. AIDS program in Africa: ‘massive entitlement’ or biggest success of 50 years?
“…Although PEPFAR has attracted significant criticism over the years — much of it around the moralizing bent of some of its early funding provisions — it is nearly universally regarded, even by detractors, as a turning point in the AIDS epidemic [in Africa]. … But the Trump administration has expressed divergent views about the program, leaving beneficiaries across the continent uncertain about its future at a crucial junction in the global fight against HIV…” (Brown, 1/23).

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