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Getting To Zero
30 Sep 2015 - 12:53

Sights from the interactive meeting held in NAC Boardroom today from 0800hrs to 1130hrs

30 Sep 2015 - 10:57

New Zimbabwe
30 September 2015

HARARE – More than 500 000 HIV positive people are in urgent need of anti-retro viral (ART) drugs as government frantically tries to source funds to address the crisis, a senior health ministry official has said. In an interview with Monday health and child care Permanent Secretary, Dr Gerald Gwinji, said out of the 1.5 million HIV infected people countrywide, only 800 000 are on the ART programme and the rest are in need of drugs as the government is not in a position to acquire the much needed medication.

29 Sep 2015 - 11:44

NAC Communications Department

The National AIDS Council Board and management met with representatives of the private sector to discuss the response to HIV and AIDS in a major step towards the engagement and establishment of a partnership for driving and improving the contribution of that sector.

The meeting, which was the first of its kind since in recent years, was called by the NAC Board and brought together representatives from the Employers’ Confederation Of Zimbabwe (EMCOZ), Zimbabwe Business Council on Wellness (ZBCW), Zimbabwe Confederation of Trade Unions (ZCTU), Association Of Health Funders Of Zimbabwe (AHFOZ) and the Private Sector Coordination Board.

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