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The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project

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Tanzania Project

At least 33 million people are infected with HIV worldwide. Twenty eight million of these people suffering with HIV/AIDS live in sub Saharan Africa and have access to very limited medical care. Huntington Hospital’s The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project is a multidisciplinary response to this global crisis in one part of East Africa.

The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project is a small, community based and highly focused endeavor to assist in the control of one of the most devastating epidemics in the global community.

 
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tanzania facts

Population: 30 million, 100 different tribal groups

Mean annual income: $500/year

Estimated number of individuals infected with HIV: one in ten