BOTUSA (Botswana-USA) is a partnership between CDC and the Government of Botswana to help stop the spread of TB and HIV/AIDS in southern Africa. BOTUSA provides training, technical assistance, and research; promotes innovation and evidence-based best practices; and supports the monitoring and evaluation of prevention, care, and treatment programs for HIV/AIDS and TB.
BOTUSA conducts research, provides epidemiologic program support and builds laboratory infrastructure to help improve TB control efforts in Botswana.
HIV Prevention Research
With over 300,000 people in Botswana currently living with HIV, BOTUSA is researching new and effective bio-medical approaches to prevent HIV/AIDS.
PEPFAR in Botswana
Botswana has received more than $300 million to scale up successful programs and launch HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment, and capacity building activities. The CDC Global AIDS Program helps lead this effort.
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