Zimbabwe Sees Significant Drop in HIV Infection Rate

After a steep increase in the past, HIV prevalence may finally have entered a phase of decline. The reasons for the drop aren't clear. It might mean fewer new infections are occurring, or that most infected people already have been diagnosed so more testing won't necessarily find many more cases.



  • Zimbabwe:   HIV Infections Decline By 3,1%

    Financial Gazette, 16 March 2017

    NEW HIV infections in Zimbabwe fell by 3,1 percent during the first three quarters of last year as patients embraced anti-retroviral drugs and adhered to prescriptions. Read more »

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  • Zimbabwe:   760 People Contract HIV Everyday - Report

    Financial Gazette, 16 March 2017

    ZIMBABWE'S highways have become a magnet of sexual exploitation of young girls dropping out of school due to abject poverty, which calls for urgent action to protect thousands of… Read more »

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