PEPFAR Announces $100M Investment To Address Key Gaps In HIV Epidemic, Leverage Capacities Of Faith-Based Organizations

PEPFAR: PEPFAR Will Invest $100 Million To Address Key Gaps Toward Achieving HIV Epidemic Control Including Through Faith-Based Organizations and Communities
“In advance of World AIDS Day 2018, Vice President Michael Pence announced [Thursday] that the United States government, through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), will invest $100 million to address key gaps toward achieving HIV epidemic control and ensuring justice for children, including by leveraging the unique capacities and compassion of faith-based organizations and communities. … This new commitment will support comprehensive, family, and client-centered HIV services through new and existing PEPFAR partners…” (11/29).

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