U.S. to Launch Health Care Worker Training Program in Mozambique, Health Minister Announces
August 24, 2007
The U.S. plans to launch a program to train health care workers in Mozambique in an effort to strengthen the country's health system and fight HIV/AIDS and malaria, Mozambican Health Minister Ivo Garrido announced Wednesday after a meeting with HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt and Mozambican President Armando Guebuza, AIM/AllAfrica.com reports (AIM/AllAfrica.com, 8/22). Leavitt and several U.S. officials are on a 10-day tour of four African countries to highlight programs funded by the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and the President's Malaria Initiative. Their first stop was South Africa, and they also plan to visit Rwanda and Tanzania (Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report, 8/17).
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