Angola committed to assisting 90 percent of HIV-AIDS positive people

The Angolan government said Friday that it is determined to assist 90 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS.

This was announced in Luanda by the Angolans Vice-President, Bornito de Sousa, during the meeting of the National Commission for the Fight against HIV/AIDS and Big Endemic Disease, which aims to take measures to control diseases in Angola.

The vice-president said that the HIV/AIDS epidemic and big endemic diseases have negative effects on the economy and national strategic objectives, but despite the financial constraints, the Angolan government promises to fulfill his obligations.

According to him, available data point to encouraging results in terms of reducing numbers of new virus infections, as well as deaths linked to AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. Enditem

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