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MSF Eswatini HIV Tuberculosis
A support group at Matsanjeni clinic, in Shiselweni region, where MSF is working with the Ministry of Health to provide community-based care to people living with HIV and tuberculosis. Eswatini. April 2018. © Fanny Hostettler/MSF

    Despite a decrease in the number of new infections and deaths from HIV and tuberculosis (TB) in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), controlling the spread remains a challenge. 

    Almost one-third of adults in Eswatini are HIV positive, which also increases their vulnerability to TB and other infections. In this context, MSF continued to assist the Ministry of Health...

    Read full article in International Activity Report 2018