Ugandan Government Working To Secure Loan To Cover Funding Shortfall For Imported HIV Drugs, Official Says

Reuters: Uganda facing HIV drugs shortage, govt seeks cash for imports
“Uganda is suffering a shortage of imported drugs to treat [people living with HIV] due to a weak currency and insufficient foreign exchange but the government is raising funds to cover the shortfall, a senior finance ministry official said…” (Biryabarema, 12/16).

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