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Also In Global Health News: Museveni On Uganda Anti-Gay Bill; Zambia, India On Collaboration; Media Examines Water Issues; Southern Sudan Conflict

Pres. Museveni Comments On Uganda’s Anti-Gay Legislation The Associated Press reports that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has said that the anti-gay bill to be considered late next month or early March by the country’s parliament “is too harsh and [he] has encouraged his ruling National Resistance Movement Party to overturn…

Also In Global Health News: Afghan Waste Management, Social Issues; Male Circumcision In Kenya; Somalia, WFP; HIV/AIDS Fight In Malawi

$60M USAID Waste Management Project In Afghanistan USAID will spend $60 million through 2012 on “waste management, drainage channels and roadside ditches, the rehabilitation of city parks and sports fields, and other greenery programmes in Kabul,” Afghanistan, IRIN reports. The article also looks at the health effects of unmanaged waste in…

Agricultural Alliance Releases Report Calling For Efforts To Prevent Climate Change From Affecting Global Food Security

The “food-security arm of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research [CGIAR], a global alliance of agricultural experts,” launched a report Friday at the U.N. climate change conference in Copenhagen that “calls for an intensive effort to speed the implementation of dozens of agriculture-related technologies in developing countries, which are the most vulnerable to climate change,” the Globe and Mail reports.

FY2010 State And Foreign Ops Bill Expected To Move On The Hill This Month

The fiscal year 2010 State and Foreign Operations Appropriations bill, which includes funding for global health-related measures, “is moving on the Hill as part of a mammoth catch-all spending bill that’s expected to move through both chambers this month,” Foreign Policy’s blog, “The Cable,” reports.