Govt Calls For Unity in War Against HIV and NCDs in Botswana
Minister for Presidential Affairs, Governance and Public Administration, Nonofo Molefh, has encouraged active community participation, with strong stewardship from community leaders, saying without working together it would be difficult to save the nation from HIV and non-communicable diseases. He was speaking during the HIV and NCD Southern Region Prevention Pitso in Gaborone.
National anti-retroviral distribution programme in Botswana (file photo).
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