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The analysis found that Partner States show a strong commitment to respond to HIV and AIDS through the enactment of a range of laws, policies, strategies and the development of institutional responses. It also shows that in accordance with the principles of the EAC HIV and AIDS Prevention and Management Bill 2012, there is agreement among Partner States on a number of key principles for inclusion in HIV law and policy such as protecting the rights of vulnerable populations in the context of HIV and AIDS such as people living with HIV, women and girls, young people and people with disabilities.
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