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Yes. This World AIDS Day, we’re ready to end the epidemic. In fact, we’ve already started. In countries around the world, IntraHealth’s teams are hard at work toward an AIDS-free generation.

Nurses Are Boosting Tanzania’s HIV-Prevention Efforts in the Lake Zone Regions
"At last, the nation recognizes nurses can do more than nursing care.”
We Need to Ramp Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Services to Reach an AIDS-Free Generation
Scaling up VMMC interventions should be a priority. It's cost-effective and it saves lives.
Health Officials Tap into Powerful Data to Expand HIV Services in Namibia
Results from a major health workforce assessment are saving the health sector money and guiding key policies.
New Project Uses Data and Determination to Expand Key HIV Services in Eastern Uganda
Community health teams and data are helping the region make new headway.
Tohara Plus Scales Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Services, Reaches 225,093 Men in First Year
This comprehensive package of high-quality, safe VMMC services is reaching adolescents and men 10‐29 years old.
Nurses Come Out of Retirement to Fight HIV in Namibia
They’re still strong—and ready to help end the country's epidemic.
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