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PATH Blog Highlights Efforts to Reduce HIV in Democratic Republic of Congo

July 18, 2012

The PATH Blog reports on the organization's efforts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) "to reduce transmission of HIV, deliver integrated care and services for people affected by HIV/AIDS, and build up the country's health system to expand and improve services." The blog highlights a project known as ProVIC, which is funded by PEPFAR and "has reached more than a million people in the DRC with messages about preventing HIV." The project focuses on data collection efforts for monitoring and evaluation, the blog notes (Donnelly, 7/17).

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