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Category Archives: HIV
Funding the Fight Against HIV, TB, and Malaria Recently, The Global Fund has launched a new funding model. Under this model, Uganda will receive USD 420 million for the countries fight against HIV, TB, and Malaria. USD 250 million will go to treating and preventing HIV and AIDs, USD 23 million towards TB, and US… Continue reading
HIV Negative or Not A recent report has discovered that Ugandans are purchasing fake “HIV negative” test results. The number is growing pointing to a trend of desperation. Many living with HIV/AIDs confront stigmas as they search for jobs and more. The ability to easily buy these results could affect surveys on the prevalence of… Continue reading
Kazibwe Speaks Up On Monday, the former Vice President of Uganda, Specioza Wandira-Kazibwe finally spoke up against the signing into law of the Anti-Homosexuality Bill and urged for its repeal. This bill has been highly controversial in the global community and upon signing it President Museveni state that it was intended to display “Uganda’s independence… Continue reading