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Research Director, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies at Victoria University Many women and children in poor countries still die, or suffer serious ongoing disability, for reasons that are entirely preventable. What's more, developing countries
Here is a sampling of editorial opinions from Alaska newspapers: Dec. Ketchikan Daily News: Beware of scams during holidays The biggest shopping season of the year is also a prime time for scams. Scammers will be out in force, trying to bilk money
Day. "These pledges are a demonstration of global solidarity and trust to move towards ending the three diseases," he said. Echoing that sentiment was Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund, who said in closing remarks: "The 21st century
Bogota A WHO expert committee is meeting in Geneva this week (3-5 December) to narrow down a shortlist of 24 research proposals from across the world that aim to tackle diseases that disproportionately affect poor countries. The WHO Executive Board
7-10 p.m. at Most Wanted Fine Art (5015 Penn Ave., Garfield) and 6-10 p.m. at Assemble (5125 Penn Ave., Garfield)...In 2005, Pete Spynda, along with Caulen Kress and Justin Hopper, founded Pandemic, a global-music dance night at the then-new
Opposition Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek has slammed the Government over the amount of money it is donating to an international fund to fight communicable diseases. Washington and have pledged more money for the next three years. The
Tuberculosis and Malaria of the consequences of spearheading a new pricing initiative that could result in middle-income countries paying significantly higher prices for medicines to combat diseases, including HIV and tuberculosis. Majority of world'
The conference was hosted by Friends of the Global Fund Africa', ahead of Global Fund's 4th replenishment. In her remarks, Mrs. Kagame commended the Global Fund for moving along with Africans in the fight against what she termed the Big 3.
President Barack Obama announced on Monday that the United States will give up to $ 5 billion over three years to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. In a speech at the White House, a day after the World Day
Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Reuters Watch Watch Watch Our government is proud to stand with the Global Fund so that the next generation will not have to face the devastation caused by HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, Christian Paradis, Minister