Senegal has 41,000 people living with HIV, of which fewer than 21,000 people are on antiretroviral therapy (ART).
People living with HIV in Senegal face barriers to accessing prevention, treatment, and care services – including stigma and discrimination, lack of knowledge about HIV and treatment services, inconvenient clinic hours and wait times, and ARV side effects.
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