U.S. To Provide $410M Through PEPFAR For HIV Treatment, Prevention Programs In South Africa

Reuters: U.S. pledges $410 million to fight AIDS in South Africa
“The United States on Monday pledged $410 million toward ending the AIDS epidemic in South Africa, the country hardest hit. South Africa has the world’s largest population of people living with HIV, at 6.8 million, and the funds will help expand its antiretroviral program, which provides treatment to more than three million patients…” (Vernon, 7/11).

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