Posts Tagged ‘HIV/AIDS’

Global HIV/AIDS Financing Amidst Uncertainty

Organized by Center for Strategic and International Studies & the Kaiser Family Foundation April 18 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM 2nd Floor Conference Center Center for Strategic & International Studies 1616 Rhode Island Ave NW Washington, DC MORE INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION (This event will be webcast) On Wednesday, April 18 from 12:00 PM – 1: 30…

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GHC NEWS FLASH: GLOBAL HEALTH ROUNDUP 4/17/2017

GHC at CUGH and GlobeMed Early this month, GHC President and Executive Director Loyce Pace participated in two key events that engaged university-based stakeholders. At the GlobeMed Summit in Chicago, Loyce led a workshop on the power of storytelling for advocacy. GlobeMed students and alumni members offered insightful takeaways about online initiatives and developed mock…

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We cannot afford to leave women out

This guest post was written by Catharine Taylor, Vice President, Health Programs Group, Management Sciences for Health. The evidence is clear: to achieve progress in the world, now is the time to prioritize and invest in women and girls. As key drivers of sustainable development, when women are empowered to fully participate in society, everyone…

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Global health is good business — Trump should get in the prosperity

This guest post was written by Chris Collins, President and CEO of Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. It originally appeared on The Hill website. As President-elect Trump considers submitting a fiscal year 2018 budget request to Congress, scores of government funding issues will be intensely debated. America’s investment in global health…

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A year in review: The top stories in global health innovation that shaped 2016

This guest post was written by Kat Kelley, Senior Program Assistant at Global Health Technologies Coalition (GHTC), and originally appeared on GHTC’s website. 2016 was a year that ushered in significant shifts in the global health landscape. We witnessed the waning of the Ebola epidemic and the waxing of the Zika outbreak; important leadership changes…

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Stopping HIV, One School at a Time

This Q&A was prepared by GHC Member, Education Development Center and originally appeared on the EDC website. In this Q&A, EDC’s Viwe Mtshontshi says she is optimistic that this educational approach can both prevent the further spread of HIV and change prevalent attitudes about people living with the virus. Q: Why is it so effective…

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US Delegation Visits AIHA Biomed Project in Uganda

This guest post was written by GHC Member, American International Health Alliance (AIHA) In the global fight against HIV/AIDS, physicians, nurses, and community health workers are on the front lines of the response. No less important, however, are the many health workers who toil behind the scenes every day to help ensure the quality of clinical…

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Feedback from the Civil Society Hearing in support of the preparatory process towards the High Level meeting on HIV/AIDS

This blog was written by Marielle Hart, and provided by GHC Member, International HIV/AIDS Alliance From June 8-10, 2016,  a High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS which take place in New York, in which UN Member States will review the progress achieved in realizing the Declaration on Commitment on HIV/AIDS and the Political Declarations of 2006 and 2011…

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STATEMENT: By National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice on New PEPFAR Targets

THE WHITE HOUSE — Office of the Press Secretary FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — September 26, 2015 We are at a pivotal moment in the global fight against HIV/AIDS. Globally, both new HIV infections and AIDS related deaths are down by more than 40 percent since their peak. This Administration has invested nearly $50 billion through the President’s Emergency…

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