South Africa’s Treatment Action Campaign Struggles To Raise Sufficient Operational Funding, The Guardian Reports

The Guardian: South Africa’s AIDS program under threat as international funds dry up
“…The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), which led the fight against AIDS denial in South Africa and forced the government to create the world’s largest treatment program, has been hit hard as donor countries have scaled back on grants to NGOs involved in HIV and AIDS programs. Even after making significant staffing cuts, it has yet to raise the R35m (£1.6m) it says it needs to meet its running costs for the next financial year…” (Allison, 12/1).

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