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  1. Most At Risk Populations' Society in Uganda

    Targeted funding from PEPFAR is important in offsetting recurrent expenses for organizations that integrated HIV and primary care especially in Africa where prevention means: HIV testing, treatment scale-up, biomedical, behavioural and structural dimensions closely integrated with treatment. Those of us in the biomedical side of HIV Prevention have promoted the mission of combination prevention in which for instance, adolescents, especially girls, young women and their partners in high-prevention areas such as those in Africa access services. These funds had enabled us to address harmful masculinity, gender norms and gender-based violence. Family planning and child spacing equip women with options and opportunities to access quality and friendly health services. Reduced funding affects organizations which have provided sexual and reproductive health services and rights including contraception. This means wider needs of Key populations will not be met.


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