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GHANA: HIV/AIDS drugs to be ordered for hospitals
4 July 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghanaian health authorities have ordered antiretroviral drugs from undisclosed sources to cater for the treatment of 2000 HIV/AIDS patients for the next two years.
GHANA: Officials confirm rising HIV infection rates
6 June 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghanaian health authorities on Friday confirmed increases in the country's HIV/AIDS prevalence rates.
GHANA: Rising prevalence rate
5 June 2003 (PlusNews ), Health authorities in the Ghanaian capital, Accra, on Friday confirmed increases in the West African country's HIV/AIDS prevalence rate.
GHANA: More volunteers to tackle HIV/AIDS
2 June 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghana is to benefit from 1,000 new US Peace Corps volunteers being mobilised to fight HIV/AIDS in targeted African and Caribbean nations, the local Accra Mail reported on Monday.
GHANA: Car rental drivers shun condoms
28 May 2003 (PlusNews ), Drivers of a car rental company in Ghana are reluctant to use condoms during sexual intercourse, local newspaper The Ghanaian Chronicle reported on Wednesday.
GHANA: Brewery launches workplace AIDS programme
16 May 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghana Breweries Limited (GBL) has opposed HIV testing for staff as a condition of employment, the local newspaper Accra Mail reported on Thursday.
GHANA: NGOs fail to report on spending
8 May 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghana's AIDS Commission is struggling to monitor spending among AIDS NGOs, local newspaper Accra Mail reported on Wednesday.
GHANA: PlusNews Country Profile
21 March 2003 (PlusNews ), PlusNews Country Profile for Ghana
GHANA: Hotels no breeding ground for AIDS
12 March 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghana has urged hoteliers to support the country's tourism industry in the fight against HIV/AIDS, local newspaper the Ghanaian Chronicle reported on Tuesday.
GHANA: Condoms - more precious than gold
20 February 2003 (PlusNews ), Ghanain mining company Ashanti Goldfields on Thursday told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that the number of HIV infections in its mines had fallen from 271 in 1998 to 62 in 2002 as a result of its worker condom scheme.

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