Angola: Country to Keep HIV/Aids Prevalence Lower Than Three Per Cent Until 2015

Luanda — Angola will keep HIV/Aids prevalence lower to 3 per cent until 2015, says a study conducted by the National Institute for Fighting against this disease, Angop has learnt.

According to the study, estimation is based on the application of the EPP-Spectrum programme, a methodology used and updated by the UN system for HIV/AIDS, to assess the tendencies and make projections.

The prevalence of 2011 is estimated at 1,97 per cent.

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