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Early HIV testing is an important factor for the successful implementation of HIV / AIDS treatment programs African countries, Ernest Darkoh, former superintendent of public Botswana’s antiretroviral drug program, said Tuesday on. About 40 percent in Durban, South Africa, Reuters AlertNet reports faq for . AlertNet. ‘You first by the very ill are overwhelmed, and they are very resource intensive, if you at least get them while they are out – yet, you’ll have a chance,’said Darkoh Botswana has an HIV / AIDS prevalence about 40 percent of the adult population, in the past yeare highest in the world Darkoh said that the developing countries. – Including South Africa. Could from Botswana to experience experience providing antiretroviral drugs, according to Reuters AlertNet ‘The problems on the ground, at the operational level are the same, ‘Darkoh, adding: ‘wake up you have and say will be will be – it can 20 take years, but you will do it ‘(Reuters AlertNet.

PEPFAR U.S. Ambassador to South Africa Jendayi Frazer on Tuesday at the conference, said that with the President Emergency plan for AIDS Relief last year, more than 25,000 HIV-positive people antiretroviral drugs, trained more than 30,000 health care professionals and services provided for more than 70,000 HIV – affected orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa, treated according to Xinhuanet. Frazer said that, the program the first year in South Africa, prevention programs for unions, student uniformed services and resource – poor communities have been implemented, agreed to Xinhuanet. President Bush and South African President Thabo Mbeki two years ago, together, Yahoo! PEPFAR in South Africa. I just last week, you that just last week, President Mbeki and President Bush met again reaffirms its commitment to the cooperative efforts of our partners are engaged to address HIV and AIDS in South Africa, Frazer said (Xinhuanet.

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