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LIBREVILLE, Gabon - Brigadier General Ba Omar (left), director of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Program with the Medical Service of the Armed Forces of Gabon, accepts donated material September 11, 2009, for two new HIV/AIDS prevention information centers from the Honorable Eunice S. Reddick, U.S. Ambassador to the Gabonese Republic and the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe, and Commander Sarah Dachos, security cooperation officer at the U.S. Embassy Libreville. The material consists of computer and audiovisual equipment and office furniture. It will be used to equip two new information centers in Tchibanga and Mouila in the interior of Gabon. Six such centers -- which provide condoms, test kits, and educational material to members of the Gabonese Armed Forces as well as their civilian dependents in order to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS -- already exist across Gabon and donation of this equipment takes the Armed Forces of Gabon one step closer to their goal of nine HIV/AIDS centers. (Photo by Jacques Fondement, U.S. Embassy Libreville)
LIBREVILLE, Gabon - Brigadier General Ba Omar (left), director of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Program with the Medical Service of the Armed Forces of Gabon, accepts donated material September 11, 2009, for two new HIV/AIDS prevention information centers from the Honorable Eunice S. Reddick, U.S. Ambassador to the Gabonese Republic and the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe, and Commander Sarah Dachos, security cooperation officer at the U.S. Embassy Libreville. The material consists of computer and audiovisual equipment and office furniture. It will be used to equip two new information centers in Tchibanga and Mouila in the interior of Gabon. Six such centers -- which provide condoms, test kits, and educational material to members of the Gabonese Armed Forces as well as their civilian dependents in order to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS -- already exist across Gabon and donation of this equipment takes the Armed Forces of Gabon one step closer to their goal of nine HIV/AIDS centers. (Photo by Jacques Fondement, U.S. Embassy Libreville)
LIBREVILLE, Gabon - Brigadier General Ba Omar (left), director of the HIV/AIDS Prevention Program with the Medical Service of the Armed Forces of Gabon, accepts donated material September 11, 2009, for two new HIV/AIDS prevention information centers from the Honorable Eunice S. Reddick, U.S. Ambassador to the Gabonese Republic and the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe, and Commander Sarah Dachos, security cooperation officer at the U.S. Embassy Libreville. The material consists of computer and audiovisual equipment and office furniture. It will be used to equip two new information centers in Tchibanga and Mouila in the interior of Gabon. Six such centers -- which provide condoms, test kits, and educational material to members of the Gabonese Armed Forces as well as their civilian dependents in order to help prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS -- already exist across Gabon and donation of this equipment takes the Armed Forces of Gabon one step closer to their goal of nine HIV/AIDS centers. (Photo by Jacques Fondement, U.S. Embassy Libreville)
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