The Response to AIDS in Madagascar

The response to AIDS in Madagascar has, for a long time, been compared to a helpless vessel drifting on a stormy sea. Since there was no common vision, no coherent communication strategy to accompany the measures, and no clear leadership—even less any systematic follow-up—the response could be compared to a place where everybody was fighting their way to mark their territory or to a blank page on which everybody could, in indescribable cacophony, write and play their own music.

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