Good news on AIDS in Africa

The new HIV infections in Africa have declined by 25 percent since 2001, and AIDS-related deaths have decreased by 32 percent over the past six years, say Trinitapoli and Weinreb

According to Jenny Trinitapoli and Alexander Weinreb’s article titled ‘Good news on AIDS in Africa’, the new HIV infections in Africa have declined by 25 percent since 2001, and AIDS-related deaths have decreased by 32 percent over the past six years.
 
Trinitapoli and Weinreb state that the heroes are the best-known acronyms in the world of AIDS - PEPFAR, UNAIDS, WHO, the Global Fund and a host of NGOs.
They argue that together, these organisations have waged total war against AIDS in Africa. 
 
They have mobilised legions of scientists, medical professionals, development workers, educators, television programmers, marketing specialists and volunteers.
 
To read the article titled, “Good news on AIDS in Africa,” click here.

Source: 
Slate

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