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Georgia has made much progress in providing better health services to its people. Under a universal health care program launched in 2014, the government continues to reach more people with treatment for HIV, TB and other diseases. As a result, AIDS-related deaths have gone down in recent years, and there has been a decline in the number of new cases of TB. However, despite low prevalence in the general population, there is a risk that the HIV epidemic could worsen because of a growing number of new cases among key populations, including people who inject drugs and men who have sex with men.
Global Fund support helps maintain and expand Georgia’s implementation of effective HIV prevention, and improve treatment and care. Grants continue to sustain universal access to quality TB diagnosis and treatment, including multidrug-resistant TB.
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