Prevention programmes in Africa have mostly failed
to curb the epidemic [GALLO/GETTY]
Millions of dollars are being spent on improving access to anti-retroviral drugs in South Africa, but controlling the spread of HIV in the country and elsewhere in Africa remains a struggle.

The prevention programmes have mostly failed to curb the epidemic.

So where does the real problem lie?

Are governments failing Aids and HIV sufferers?

What can international health organisations deliver?
Is the spread of Aids outpacing treatment in Africa?

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