Chinese Government Pledges Greater Support for Organizations Fighting HIV/AIDS
March 2, 2012
"Organizations involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS will get greater government support," Yu Jingjin, director of the disease prevention and control bureau under China's Ministry of Health, said, China Daily reports. He said, "'The government will beef up investment and support for social groups' and cooperate with reliable ones," and added, "Each province this year will support three to five civil societies tackling HIV/AIDS and help them with operational costs and training," according to the news service. "Yu urged health authorities to work more with society in general to fight AIDS," China Daily writes, adding, "Cooperation in this sphere has not always worked fully to its potential, he said" (Shan, 3/2).
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