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Associated Press: Central America’s dengue epidemic deadly in Honduras (Sherman, 9/20). Bloomberg: Aspen Strikes Deal With India’s Laurus to Cut Cost of HIV Drugs (Prinsloo, 9/20). The Guardian: People v mosquitos: what to do about our biggest killer (Winegard, 9/20). The Guardian: U.S.-China trade war imperils efforts to beat poverty,…

Global Fund Releases Results Report 2019

Global Fund: Global Fund Partnership has Saved 32 Million Lives “Programs supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria have saved 32 million lives, according to a report released today. The Results Report 2019 shows great progress against some of the biggest challenges in the fight against…

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Borgen Magazine: Why Lifting Women out of Poverty is Essential (Grant, 9/18). The Economist: Climate change is making it harder to reduce poverty in Malawi (9/16). Homeland Preparedness News: Kenya, Ghana and Malawi launch world’s first malaria vaccine (Galford, 9/17). New Humanitarian: Why you don’t want to be a Venezuelan…

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Al Jazeera: Philippines: Worst dengue outbreak in years kills over a thousand (Santos, 9/17). Devex: ‘Assertive authorities’ threaten humanitarian ethics (Mednick, 9/17). Homeland Preparedness News: European Commission, WHO co-host Global Vaccination Summit to highlight vaccine benefits (Galford, 9/16). MedPage Today: In 1995, There Was No AIDS Conference — Here’s What…

Chair Of Elton John AIDS Foundation Says Homophobia, Stigma Hindering HIV Prevention Efforts In Eastern Europe, Central Asia; New Grant Program To Address Issues In Region

The Telegraph: Stigma is holding back fight against AIDS in Eastern Europe, warns David Furnish “David Furnish, AIDS campaigner and husband of Sir Elton John, has condemned the homophobia and stigma that is hampering the control of HIV in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Mr. Furnish, chairman of the Elton…

U.S., Rwanda Health Officials Discuss Ebola Response, Other Public Health Issues

New Times: U.S., Rwanda officials discuss public health “The United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, has praised Rwanda’s achievements in the fight against HIV, malaria, and infant mortality. Secretary Azar made the remarks [Sunday] in Kigali. He is leading a U.S. delegation on a visit to…