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Kenya Launches Initiative to Reduce Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

January 27, 2010

Kenya on Tuesday launched its Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS, a three-year initiative aimed at reducing mother-to-child transmission of HIV and scaling up treatment for those infected, Capital News reports (Karong'o, 1/26). Kenya is one of five other countries, including Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and Nigeria, where the campaign will be carried out, Daily Nation/allAfrica.com reports (Mwaniki, 1/26).

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