U.S. Expected To Provide 1-Year, $389M PEPFAR Grant To Zambia

Reuters: U.S. to give Zambia $389 million grant for AIDS relief
“The United States will give Zambia a new one year bilateral grant of $389 million for AIDS relief starting in October after Congressional approval, Zambia’s ministry of health said in a statement. The grant under the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) follows a meeting on Zambia which was held last week in Johannesburg, South Africa…” (Mfula, 3/1).

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