USAID's Investments for Health in Mexico - Dollars to Results
USAID supported Mexican efforts to improve responsiveness, prevention and control of infectious diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis. Activities in HIV/AIDS included promoting behavior to minimize risk of contracting HIV and public policies that combat the stigma and discrimination associated with the disease. USAID also assisted Mexico’s health secretariat and its national tuberculosis control program to improve planning and modernize technologies for TB detection, diagnosis, and treatment.
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