Tanzania, U.S. Embassy Mark 15 Years Of Partnership Under PEPFAR

Xinhua News: Tanzania, U.S. mark 15 years of alliance in the fight against HIV/AIDS
“Tanzania and the United States on Wednesday marked 15 years of partnership in the fight against HIV/AIDS through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). U.S. Acting Ambassador to Tanzania, Inmi Patterson, said PEPFAR recently passed an important milestone enabling it to provide lifesaving treatment to more than one million Tanzanians living with HIV…” (5/31).

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