As of 2012, roughly 45,000 people in the Dominican Republic are said to be infected with HIV, according to the UNAIDS Global Report. In the same report, the Dominican Republic is listed to have “few” health facilities that provide HIV services integrated with other health services, leaving many in rural areas unable to have access
Author: Elizabeth Wang
Elizabeth is a graduate student at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism. She has an interest in topics surrounding human rights, global health disparities and environmental justice. She is a “wanderluster” and has only recently discovered the perks of black coffee.