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FG seeks Collective Action for Attainment of AIDS -free Nigeria

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The federal government has solicited a collective action, including support from healthcare professionals, civil society organizations, and those affected by HIV, to make the goal of an AIDS-free Nigeria becomes attainable.
The Minister of State for Health and Social Welfare, Dr Tunji Alausa, said this, Tuesday, in Abuja, at the first-ever Nigeria HIV Prevention Conference in the country, organised by the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA)
He stated that the government is determined to turn the tide against HIV/AIDS in the country,thus setting the country for a healthier and more prosperous future, however noted that achieving such feat would require concerted efforts and collaboration.
He made a call for collective action, including support from healthcare professionals, civil society organizations, and those affected by HIV, stating that by doing so, the goal of an AIDS-free Nigeria becomes attainable.

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