Collaborative Efforts Needed To Achieve AIDS-Free Generation, Former African Leaders, Activists Say At AIDS 2016

ANA/SABC News: Political leadership is not enough in HIV fight: African leaders
“Political leadership is important in combating HIV and AIDS, but it is not sufficient. To take control of the disease in Africa, society’s leaders, communities, and religious organizations needed to be involved. This was the consensus reached by former African leaders and activists, who met during a session for Champions for an AIDS-Free Generation on Tuesday at the second day of the International AIDS Conference in Durban…” (7/19).

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