Burkina Faso: More Money Needed to Guarantee the Availability of ARVs
February 28, 2012
Burkina Faso's Network for Access to Essential Medicines (RAME) is urging the government to commit the funding necessary to ensure the uninterrupted supply of AIDS treatment and testing supplies. In January, the government announced an emergency infusion of about 1 billion CFA francs (US $2 million) to procure AIDS drugs.
Inter Press Service (Johannesburg)
02.14.2012; Brahima Ouédraogo
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