France Offers Over $844,000 to Support Fight Against HIV/AIDS in Mauritania
March 29, 2011
"France, through the Red Cross, has decided to support the fight against HIV/AIDS in Mauritania with 600,000 euros," or over $844,000, according to a communique from the French Embassy, PANA reports. "This money will serve in the framework 'of the nutritional support and the assistance to screened patients,'" according to the news service (3/25).
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