1. More than half of HIV patients in Pakistan's Sindh province remain without treatment: WHO  Times of India
  2. Over half of Sindh's HIV patients still await treatment: WHO  The Express Tribune
  3. WHO declares HIV outbreak in Larkana as ‘Grade 2 Emergency  The News International
  4. WHO releases preliminary report on HIV situation in Larkana  ARY NEWS
  5. ‘WHO experts identify weaknesses contributing to HIV/AIDS’  DAWN.com
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Pakistan News: A report by the WHO experts, who are in Pakistan to investigate the outbreak of HIV cases and also support the local authorities' response to the mediPakistan News: A report by the WHO experts, who are in Pakistan to investigate the outbreak of HIV cases and also support the local authorities' response to the medi

More than half of HIV patients in Pakistan's Sindh province remain without treatment: WHO - Times of India

Of 751 HIV patien­ts, 364 childr­en and 63 adults yet to be treate­d; medici­ne stocks to end by July 15: WHO report­Of 751 HIV patien­ts, 364 childr­en and 63 adults yet to be treate­d; medici­ne stocks to end by July 15: WHO report­

Over half of Sindh's HIV patients still await treatment: WHO | The Express Tribune

The WHO teams on Saturday visited the blood screening centre at Ratodero Taluka Hospital.

‘WHO experts identify weaknesses contributing to HIV/AIDS’ - Pakistan - DAWN.COM

World Health Organization (WHO) has released an initial report of its findings on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) outbreak in Larkana, ARY News reported.World Health Organization (WHO) has released an initial report of its findings on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) outbreak in Larkana, ARY News reported.

WHO releases preliminary report on HIV situation in Larkana

There are 313 children among nearly 400 new cases of HIV confirmed in Larkana district in two weeksThere are 313 children among nearly 400 new cases of HIV confirmed in Larkana district in two weeks

Officials Probe Alarming HIV Outbreak in Southern Pakistan

Dozens of 'quack' surgeries have been closed and a doctor arrested after scores of people including at least 75 children have been found to be infected with HIV in a Pakistani town.Dozens of 'quack' surgeries have been closed and a doctor arrested after scores of people including at least 75 children have been found to be infected with HIV in a Pakistani town.

HIV panic grips Pakistan town as quack doctors blamed for infection of 75 children

Calling for immediate availability of ART medicines for the 751 HIV positive people (now 761 as of June 08, 2019), WHO Situation Report says there is an urgent need of Anti-Retro Viral medicines, Rapid HIV Diagnostic Kits (RDTs), medicines for treatment of co-infections, human resource & training for health workers, provision of psychosocial support and training health workers and strengthening of Infection Prevention and Control at health facilities.Calling for immediate availability of ART medicines for the 751 HIV positive people (now 761 as of June 08, 2019), WHO Situation Report says there is an urgent need of Anti-Retro Viral medicines, Rapid HIV Diagnostic Kits (RDTs), medicines for treatment of co-infections, human resource & training for health workers, provision of psychosocial support and training health workers and strengthening of Infection Prevention and Control at health facilities.

WHO declares HIV outbreak in Larkana as ‘Grade 2 Emergency’ | Pakistan | thenews.com.pk |