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November 25, 2003
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The American Jewish World Service told U.S. officials that funds for treating AIDS in Africa should focus more on prevention and treatment. Three African officials who lead AJWS-funded programs in Uganda and Zimbabwe told White House officials at a panel in Washington last week that too much U.S. funding for AIDS-related services is lost through corruption or bureaucracy.

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