Director Of CDC-Malawi Reflects On Country’s HIV Efforts

In a post in the CDC’s “Our Global Voices” blog, Sundeep Gupta, the director of CDC-Malawi, reflects on HIV efforts in the country. Noting the CDC’s partnership with the Malawi Ministry of Health — which is “ensuring quality in our programming, keeping our technical discussions grounded and practical, and helping ensure each of us is aware of the challenging realities faced by health workers and patients on a daily basis” — as well as support from PEPFAR, he writes, “Our work focuses on science, innovation and the scale-up of evidence-based biomedical interventions, while supporting the Government of Malawi’s leadership in the national fight against HIV” (12/16).

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