Nigeria’s Government, Population Must Work Together With Institutions, Programs Such As PEPFAR To Curb HIV/AIDS, U.S. Diplomat Says

Premium Times: What Nigeria must do to combat HIV/AIDS — U.S. Diplomat
“In order to curb HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, a diplomat from the United States has appealed for concerted efforts from all Nigerians saying the war against the disease cannot be fought by institutions alone. … [United States Ambassador to Nigeria Stuart Symington] said the war against the disease cannot be fought by one institution or group of officials ‘tasked by the government,’ ‘people, not programs solve problems and they only do it by working together’…” (Adedigba, 6/11).

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