88 Afghan refugees in Pakistan have been found to be infected with AIDS,
reports Online news agency.
Sources from Pakistan's health department said Islamabad and Kabul have planned out a joint strategy to detect and prevent AIDS among Afghan refugees.
According to the strategy, Afghan refugees infected with the disease through the use of contaminated syringes would be identified, admitted and treated at a centre set up at the Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar.
Those infected are aged between 25-45 and include both registered and non-registered refugees.