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Simbazako, 19, has radiography for tuberculosis at Nsanje district hospital, where MSF is helping to improve the diagnosis and clinical care of HIV and TB. © Luca Sola
Simbazako, 19, has radiography for tuberculosis at Nsanje district hospital, in Malawi, where MSF is helping to improve the diagnosis and clinical care of HIV and TB. © Luca Sola

    The main focus of MSF's activities in Malawi continues to be improving care for HIV patients, particularly adolescents and other vulnerable groups. A lot of improvement has been made but HIV remains the leading cause of death among adults in Malawi.

    Since the 1990s, when the HIV epidemic was at its peak in the country, Malawi has shown a lot of improvement but there remains work to be done. According to UNAIDS, HIV prevalence dropped from an...

    Read full article in the International Activity Report 2017