HIV Testing Campaign Begins in South Africa

The campaign is aimed at improving the morale of public servants and also offers improved management of support services to employees in need of HIV and TB treatment, care and support.
  • South Africa:   Public Servants Get Tested for HIV

    SAnews.gov.za, 27 September 2012

    More than 900 public servants from all government departments will get an opportunity to test themselves for HIV and be screened for other diseases when the Public Service HIV… Read more »

More than 20 million South Africans have come forth to be screened and tested for various diseases, including HIV, since President Jacob Zuma launched the HIV, Counselling and Testing campaign in 2009.

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