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By Arusha Times Correspondent
Free movement of people in East Africa, desired by policy makers to speed up regional integration, has fueled infectious diseases, particularly HIV/Aids and tuberculosis, it was observed in Arusha last week.
The impact is more pronounced along the transport corridors, especially in cross-border communities, where health services and community structures often are weak.