US Invests $490 Million To Fight HIV/AIDS In Nigeria, Says No Person ‘ll Be Abandoned

The United States government has allocated $400 million to scale up treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), an agency of the US government, has said. The US government promised that nobody who is infected with HIV/AIDS will left behind, adding that already, a $90 million US has been invested in a survey to determine the true number of those infected with the virus in Nigeria The Global HIV/AIDS Coordinator of PEPFAR, Ambassador Deborah Birx, said these during the ongoing high…

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