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(Ifakara) Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) hosts the Parliamentary Committee on HIV/Aids Affairs and Drug Abuse in an official tour aimed at strengthening engagement with key stakeholders.

Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on HIV/Aids and Drug Abuse Oscar Mukasa (right) with the Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office – Regional Administration and Local Government Josephat Kandege during a stakeholder engagement meeting hosted by Ifakara Health Institute on September 8 in Ifakara. (PHOTO/JOSEPH MADATA)

The Parliamentary Committee on HIV/Aids Affairs and Drug Abuse under the chairmanship of Oscar Mukasa is in Ifakara for three days (September 7-9) to learn how IHI contribute in the global fight against HIV/Aids.

IHI Chief Executive Director, Dr. Honorati Masanja, led staff of the Institute in receiving the MPs for an initiative geared to strengthen engagement with key stakeholders – one of the strategic objectives implemented by the Institute for a period of 2018-2023.

The MPs traveled all the way from Dodoma where they’re attending ongoing parliamentary sessions and they are expected to head back on Sunday morning. #

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