IRIN Examines Resistance to Have Children Tested for HIV Among Family Members in Burkina Faso
IRIN examines how the refusal by families to test their children for HIV/AIDS in Burkina Faso masks the epidemic and keeps life-saving drugs out of the hands of at-risk children. The article includes information about ongoing efforts to educate adults about the importance of testing children for HIV (8/18).
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