Global Fund To Send Shipment Of Antiretroviral Drugs To Uganda As Short-Term Solution To Shortage

Reuters: Global Fund rushes HIV drugs to Uganda amid shortage
“The Global Fund [to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria] says it plans to send an advance supply of antiretroviral therapy to Uganda, after the East African country ran out three months before the end of last year. … ‘The government needs to mobilize resources to fill the gaps and find a long-term solution,’ [Global Fund communications head Seth] Faison said…” (Honan, 1/25).

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