Indian Government To Fully Fund Federal AIDS Program, Health Minister Says

Reuters: India restores federal funding for AIDS program after criticism
“India will fully fund its AIDS control program federally, the health minister said on Tuesday, restoring support months after it was criticized for slashing its contribution and asking individual states to fill the gap. India’s globally-lauded AIDS program has been in disarray since last year due to payment delays that worsened after Prime Minister Narendra Modi slashed the federal budget in February by a fifth and asked states to pitch in…” (Kalra/Pitchford, 12/1).

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