NAPSAR+ 3rd Regional Delegates' Conference Organizational Report

Thanduxolo Doro

The 3rd NAPSAR+ regional conference took place in Gauteng, South Africa, in February 2014. This report outlines NAPSAR+'s progress since 2010, challenges, tasks, and interventions needed. 

 

July 20, 2015
Year of publication
2014
Tags
people living with HIV (PLHIV), advocacy, HIV prevention, treatment, access to care, malaria, tuberculosis, TB, prevention, equitable access, universal access, stigma and discrimination

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