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HIV Project Conakry

Village Chief Noah Traoré at the MSF mobile clinic in the neighbourhood of Tombolia, Conakry, Guinea on March 18, 2016. MSF launched a HIV testing campaign in Conakry with the support of health authorities moving throughout several neighbourhoods throughout 2016.

"As chief of this neighbourhood what encouraged me to have the clinic here was that I love my community, I was the first to be tested in. We worked hard to convince the population through the awareness campaign that it’s possible to treat AIDS. if you have it it’s possible to be treated."

Despite countries in West and Central Africa having a relatively low HIV prevalence (

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Village Chief Noah Traoré at the MSF mobile clinic in the neighbourhood of Tombolia, Conakry, Guinea on March 18, 2016. MSF launched a HIV testing campaign in Conakry with the support of health authorities moving throughout several neighbourhoods throughout 2016.<br />
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"As chief of this neighbourhood what encouraged me to have the clinic here was that I love my community, I was the first to be tested in. We worked hard to convince the population through the awareness campaign that it’s possible to treat AIDS. if you have it it’s possible to be treated."<br />
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Despite countries in West and Central Africa having a relatively low HIV prevalence (