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PEPFAR: Towards epidemic control in 2020

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Have It All cast with President Masisi and US Ambassador Earl Miller PIC. US EMBASSY
The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, otherwise known as PEPFAR, was launched 15 years ago by former American president, George Bush in a bid to fight HIV/AIDS.

At the time, only 50,000 people in all of Africa were on life saving treatment, but today PEPFAR supports 14 million people on treatment.

Among the 14 million, five individuals have come forth in a documentary titled, Have It All, which focuses on their real life experiences living with the virus and how helpful PEPFAR has been to them.

This movie premiered on May 23, 2018 and is now available for free viewing to all on May 30, 2018.

Present at the movie premiere was

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President Mokgweetsi Masisi and the First Lady Neo Masisi, former president Festus Mogae and his wife Barbara Mogae, the Ambassador of the United States of America to Botswana, Earl Miller, the Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Alfred Madigele and many more dignitaries just to mention a few.

‘Treat All’ is a groundbreaking programme that has ensured the provision of free ARV medication to citizens of Botswana and making sure proper health care is granted to those affected by the disease.



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