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USAID Supporting Delivery of HIV/AIDS Services in Zimbabwe

August 7, 2013

In a post in USAID's "IMPACTblog," Margot Welk, communications and development outreach adviser at USAID in Zimbabwe, reflects on how the agency "is supporting the delivery of high-quality HIV/AIDS services" in the country. "USAID provides infant HIV test kits and [antiretrovirals (ARVs)] to many clinics throughout Zimbabwe," she writes, highlighting the Epworth Clinic in Harare. "With support from USAID, this local organization is quickly increasing its ability to better address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Zimbabwe," she notes, and describes a visit she made to the clinic (8/6).

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