Levels and Determinants of Expenditures on the Treatment of HIV/AIDS in Tanzania.

    The first three cases of AIDS in Tanzania were reported in 1983. By December 1994, a cumulative total of 53,247 cases had been reported. Reported AIDS cases do not reflect the real situation, however. It has been estimated that only one of every four to six AIDS cases in the country is reported due to problems of improper diagnosis and under reporting in many health care facilities. The National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) thus estimates that about 200,000 people have acquired AIDS since 1983.

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