USAID-Funded Program In Central America Offers Lessons Learned In Preventing, Treating HIV In Vulnerable Populations
PSI’s “Impact”: 5 Unexpected Findings for Preventing and Treating HIV in Hidden Populations
Alejandra Cabrera, strategic information manager at the Pan-American Social Marketing Organization (PASMO), discusses a new hub that “offers data and lessons learned from the USAID Combination Prevention Program for HIV in Central America, a five-year program funded by USAID and implemented by PSI’s network member, [PASMO]. The program aims to reduce HIV transmission among at-risk populations in six Central American countries.” Cabrera also highlights five results from the program (8/24).
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