Kenyan AIDS Services Assess Funding Streams
Key Correspondents: No cause for panic as Kenya faces steep cuts to AIDS funding
“…‘I am not sure where that notion is coming from that PEPFAR are withdrawing, it’s not true. They, plus the Global Fund, continue to be our partners. For example, we have just signed a USD 495 million [about Ksh. 42 billion] deal with the Global Fund for HIV, TB and malaria,’ said Health Cabinet Secretary James Macharia…” (Njagi, 5/28).
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