HIV/AIDS Prevention Funds Fall in Ghana
June 30, 2009
"Funding for HIV and AIDS prevention intervention [in Ghana] has dwindled by 69 percent from 2005 to 2007, sending a negative signal of behavioural change and the aversion of new infections," according to a recent health survey, Public Agenda/allAfrica.com reports. The article examines the findings of the preliminary 2008 Demographic Health Survey Report Ghana, HIV Component -- a study supported by the World Bank and UNAIDS (6/29).
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