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Universal provision of antiretroviral therapy (ART), while feasible, is expensive. In light of this limitation, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched the 3 × 5 initiative, to provide ART to 3 million people by the end of the year 2005. In Southern Africa, large-scale provision of ART will likely be achieved through fragile public health systems.(More)
Introduction Selling of sex for money and other materials has increasingly become a popular means of making money and acquiring materials for young girls especially in the urban areas in Malawi1. Scores of young people are seen loitering the street corners of some hotels, casinos, bars and other places of entertainment. The young girls are also seen to(More)
The Malawi Social Action Fund (MASAF) is implementing a 12 year programme to close service gaps in rural communities. These service gaps are primarily those in health, education, household food security, water and sanitation, transport and communications. The impact indicators of the Project are selected Millennium Development Goal indicators. MASAF(More)
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