WHAT PRACTICES AND FACTORS LED TO BOTSWANA’S 90-90-90 ACHIEVEMENT AND HOW CAN LESSONS LEARNED BE ADAPTED AND IMPLEMENTED IN OTHER SUB-SARAHAN AFRICAN COUNTRIES?

Botswana’s achievement of the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets demonstrates that HIV epidemic control is possible in resource constrained countries. Resource deployment, attention to key populations, and the country setting (defined in this context as the political will, cultures and norms, laws, policies, actions, behaviors and health mechanisms), are factors that define the 90-90-90 achievement, and ultimately HIV epidemic control, ecosystem. Classified as an upper middle income (UMIC) country with stable social, government, and health care systems,...
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