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ZIMBABWE: Funds for UZ to improve the quality of HIV/AIDS care

The US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced an agreement with the University of Zimbabwe School of Medicine to improve the quality of health care services for HIV/AIDS.

The CDC said in a statement last week that the purpose of the cooperative agreement was to contribute to improving the quality of HIV/AIDS care in Zimbabwe, and prevention services such as mother-to-child-transmission, with a focus on care at the district hospital level and below. The CDC said it would also assist in the training of more clinical epidemiologists in Zimbabwe and would support them to address priority issues in HIV/AIDS clinical care.

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