Uganda Plans To Expand AIDS Efforts

Agence France-Presse: Uganda plans drug boost for AIDS fight
“Uganda’s government is planning to double expenditure on antiretroviral drugs in an effort to reverse a worsening trend in HIV infections, a senior health official said Thursday. … The new policy is expected to cost about 120 million dollars (90 million euros) per year … with donors being asked to pick up much of the bill” (1/30).

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