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January 19, 2010

Advocacy in Puerto Rico

Anselmo Fonseca and Jose Colon of Pacientes de Sida Pro Politica Sana, an HIV/AIDS advocacy group in Puerto Rico, talk about funding and inclusion.

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Sr Xaveria Ntenmusi, Bamenda, 2010-06-02 05:42:39
I work with Project Hope Tertiary Sisters of St Francis Cameroon.We work with poor marginalized communities in the areas of HIV/AIDS & Maternal Health.We would be grateful if your organization work with us to improve what we are already doing through sensitization advocacy and education to raise awareness on

Richard, Aguada, 2010-03-21 10:30:52
Kudos to these two men defending and speaking for us hiv+ patients in Puerto Rico! There is a lack of good funding and management for aids programs here on the island. The goverments are not engaged in creating efficient health programs to benefit the patients. The are also more concerned about drawing lines to prevent working class citizens from receiving health benefits from the few government programs that exist. They ignore that some private plans do not cover for the expensive medications.

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