USAID Administrator Mark Green Meets With Business, Government Leaders In Mozambique, Discusses Country’s ‘Journey To Self-Reliance’

USAID: USAID Administrator Mark Green’s Meetings in the Republic of Mozambique
This readout provides a summary of USAID Administrator Mark Green’s visit to Mozambique, during which he participated in the U.S.-Africa Business Summit, meeting with business leaders and government officials to discuss challenges and opportunities as the country works toward self-reliance; visited areas damaged by Cyclone Idai; and “appealed to the President [of Mozambique] to redouble his government’s efforts to retain HIV-positive patients on life-saving antiretroviral treatment in collaboration with the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)” (6/22).

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