The Programme Coordinator and Head Counselor of the Ghana Police Service Aids Control Programme, Chief Superintendent Jones Blantari, has encouraged Ghanaians to engage more in HIV/AIDs research in order to market the country’s best practices and innovativeness on the international scene.
He noted that Ghana has not been branded enough in the area of HIV/AIDs activities as compared to other countries in the African region such as Nigeria, Zambia, Uganda, South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe.
Chief Superintendent Blantari, was talking to the GNA at the just-ended 19th World AIDS Conference held in Washington.
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