Tunisia has made considerable progress in health in recent years, including achieving universal access to HIV treatment – 90 percent of which is financed by the government. The country has a good health service delivery system, and life expectancy at birth is among the highest in Africa and the Near East. HIV prevalence among the general population has remained low in the last 10 years, but key populations such as men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, sex workers and migrants account the majority of cases. In recent years, Tunisia has prioritized interventions for key populations under its National Strategic Plan, and has committed to increase domestic investment in the fight against HIV.
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