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BMS launches Secure The Future TAP

12th August 2008

Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) has announced the launch of its Secure The Future technical assistance programme (TAP).

The TAP aims to optimise community services for the comprehensive management of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa.

It looks to empower individuals and community-based groups to identify needs and implement solutions, as well as boosting their resources and building capacity to enhance the sustainability and effectiveness of outreach programmes in the community.

The TAP deploys a faculty of over 50 experts to work with groups and individuals to offer customised help based on the unique priorities and needs of those requiring help

BMS recently presented key learnings from its Secure The Future Initiatives at the International Aids Conference held in Mexico City last week.

John Damonti, president of the BMS foundation, said: “The substantial work of our team and partners in implementing HIV services to date has provided us with unique perspectives on what works and what needs to be done differently.”

He added the new TAP represents an evolution in its dedication to building sustainable and practical solutions to address the needs of beneficiaries and healthcare professionals.

In July 2007, BMS looked to broaden the reach of its Secure The Future programme via partnership working efforts with government bodies, community associations and other funders.

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