On Let's Talk about Health in Africa Lenias Hwenda takes an in-depth look at the state of public health in African countries through one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions with leaders and change makers from various sectors of the economy that impacts the health of Africans. Leaders, change makers and ordinary people share their insights, analysis and perspectives to help you make sense of the issues affecting the governance of health in Africa, how they are being tackled, whether this is working and what is needed to close the gap between the status quo and meaningful transformation of the lives of Africans.
Author: Lenias Hwenda
UN City, Copenhagen: There is widespread hope that the HIV/AIDS epidemic ceases to be a major global public health threat, but the gains made are in grave danger of being reversed as a result of growing resistance to HIV medicines. The world is increasingly facing an urgent public health crisis of growing resistance to HIV treatment. This crisis is greatest in the Africa region, where increased access HIV treatment has significantly reduced AIDS-related deaths.
Blog: Let us Talk about Health in Africa
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