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HIV/AIDS

13 September 2011

Cash crunch hits Swaziland Aids patients

An acute government funding crisis in Swaziland is disrupting supplies of HIV/Aids drugs and hampering the fight against the virus in the country.

An acute government funding crisis in Swaziland, Africa's last absolute monarchy, is disrupting supplies of HIV/Aids drugs and hampering the fight against the virus in the country with the world's highest infection rate, Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF) said.

With 26% of its adult population, or more than 200,000 people infected, Swaziland ranks as the most Aids-affected country.

No money for Aids drugs

 

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