(MENAFN- Newsroom Panama)
The First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, wrapped up her two days in Panama with a visit to the Casa Hogar El Buen Samaritano, in JuanDíaz, home to people with (HIV).
The United States Embassy in Panama noted that 'The United States contributed more than $13 million to improve access to and quality of HIV/AIDS testing and treatment services for vulnerable populations throughout Panama, including measures to reduce stigma and discrimination.'
The First Lady of the United States, who arrived in the country this Friday, shared meetings with her counterpart from Panama, Jazmín de Cortizo, and visited the Children's Home School, where she learned details of the“See and Hear to Learn” program. She was in the country as part of a tour of several Latin American nations.
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