Indian HIV Prevention Program’s Condom Supplies Running Low, Government Data Show

Reuters: Condom shortage hampers India’s AIDS fight
“…India provides free condoms under its community-based AIDS prevention program that targets high-risk groups like sex workers. That strategy, the World Bank estimates, helped avert three million HIV infections between 1995 and 2015. But government data released last week showed about two-thirds of India’s 31 state AIDS units had less than a month’s supply of condoms. Some states only have enough for a few days…” (Kalra, 11/6).

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