Programs Distribute Free AIDS Treatment in Mozambique In Mozambique, Western aid agencies launch several pilot programs to provide AIDS patients with generic drugs free of charge. But social stigmas, lack of infrastructure and a shortage of trained personnel to monitor the program present challenges. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Programs Distribute Free AIDS Treatment in Mozambique

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Programs Distribute Free AIDS Treatment in Mozambique

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Programs Distribute Free AIDS Treatment in Mozambique

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In Mozambique, Western aid agencies launch several pilot programs to provide AIDS patients with generic drugs free of charge. But social stigmas, lack of infrastructure and a shortage of trained personnel to monitor the program present challenges. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.