Providing antiretroviral therapy in rural Zimbabwe 2002 - 2012

Zimbabwe is a landlocked country with a programme activities that include HIV, population estimated at 12.4 million. 

During Tuberculosis (TB), drug resistant TB (DR-TB) and the late 1990s and 2000s political instability led sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) to economic crisis, resulting in aggressive HIV/TB projects of the Belgium MSF Section are hyperinflation, crushing poverty and an located in the districts of Buhera, Gutu and unemployment rate of 94 percent. Chikomba. 



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