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Wrapping up a trip to India, Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates announced that his foundation will no longer fund a push to decrease the incidence of HIV in the country.
The Avahan initiative, which helped 80,000 gay and bisexual men and transgender women as well as some female sex workers, will be pulled after 2012. The work will be taken over by the National AIDS Control Organization after Gates relinquishes his duties.
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