Nigeria Commits to Achieving an Aids-Free Generation

The National Agency for the Control of Aids has announced that it aims to eradicate Aids-related deaths by slashing the transmission rate from mother to child to zero.
Photo: Herald

At least 40 legislators were yesterday circum­cised under the Zimbabwe Parliamentarians Against HIV and Aids programme.

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