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November 2014
Global ID
On the Frontlines of the HIV/TB Response in Africa: Impacts and Gaps
In October, staff from the IDSA Center for Global Health Policy travelled to Tanzania, one of the countries hit hardest by HIV and tuberculosis, to host congressional staffers on visits to treatment and prevention programs. They spoke to people providing and receiving services to address the impact of these diseases, met with civil society representatives, and discussed the impacts of, and gaps in, current efforts.

Visit Science Speaks, the center’s blog, for updates from the trip and stay tuned for more in-depth stories to come. Dispatches from Africa included:

 

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