ARV Shortage Looms As Zimbabwe Risks Losing Global Fund Support

Zimbabwe stands to lose part of the U.S.$400 million in foreign aid for ARVs if it fails to pay it's U.S.$6 million contribution to a program run by the Global Fund, the Chairperson of the Child and Health Care committee on HIV and Aids Ruth Labode has said. The Global Fund has been one of the major contributors to financing the country's Health programs and specifically the HIV/AIDS scourge.

A HIV positive homosexual man has his blood pressure checked at a VCT clinic supported by the Global Fund via the Kenyan Red Cross.


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