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Fighting HIV or AIDS in Chad : La lutte contre le VIH/SIDA au Tchad (Francês)

As in other parts of Africa, the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) epidemic has led the government in Chad to reassess its national health priorities, and in particular focus on the difficulties facing Chadian women who have long suffered from a lack of access to education and proper health care. The Chadian government with outside donors developed a national health strategy, and a national AIDS control strategic plan. To support these plans, the World Bank is providing the government $41.5 under a Health Sector Support Project and 24.6 million dollars for a population and AIDS control project. An initial population and AIDS project, which became effective in 1995, helped the government to put in place a multi-sector AIDS prevention plan and trained more than 40 local non-governmental organizations in project development and management. The second project, building on the results of the first, is currently carrying out population control and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or AIDS prevention initiatives at the community level.

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