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ESWATINI PLEDGES E91M TO GLOBAL FUND

The impact of this funding, according to the Eswatini HIV Incidence Measurement Survey (SHIMS 2), has seen a drastic decline of new HIV infections in the kingdom by almost half (44%) from 2.5 per cent to 1.4 per cent among adults (ages 18-49 years). With regards to TB, the rising notification of TB cases has been halted and there has been a drop in the number of TB cases over time, since 2011, when government declared TB as an emergency.

ESWATINI LAUNCHES COUNTRY HIV ESTIMATES AND PROJECTIONS 2019

The kingdom of Eswatini yesterday launched HIV estimates and projections 2019