Today I challenged ministers to strengthen public healthcare systems in developing countries, as part of the UK’s international strategy to reduce infections and deaths from AIDs-related illnesses.

There are nearly 40 million people across the world living with HIV/AIDs today, the majority of whom live in countries where medical treatment can be extremely limited.

Ministers should redouble the UK’s efforts to tackle HIV/AIDs around the world so that those at risk of infection or death from AIDs-related illnesses are able to get the care, support and information they need.

Watch my question to the Department for International Development here:

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