Successful HIV treatment means more than antiretroviral therapy. In the context of extreme poverty, an individual’s ability to adhere to HIV treatment is jeopardized when he or she lacks access to basic needs such as nutrition, housing, and transportation.
For 25 years, Partners In Health has demonstrated that effective health care goes beyond medicines. By providing socio-economic support in the form of food, shelter, sanitation, education, and economic opportunities, Partners In Health has revolutionized health outcomes for the most vulnerable patients.
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