Amb. Deborah Birx Discusses Potential Impacts Of Mexico City Policy On PEPFAR In Devex Interview

Devex: Q&A with Ambassador Deborah Birx: ‘This White House is very responsive to data’
“While the top-line budget has been released by President Donald Trump’s administration, questions remain around how various foreign aid programs will fare. There are uncertainties about how funding and the reinstated ‘global gag rule’ could affect PEPFAR … and broader global health challenges. … Devex sat down with Ambassador Deborah Birx, the U.S. global aids coordinator, before the budget was released, to discuss the impacts of the reinstated global gag rule (also called the Mexico City policy), what PEPFAR implementers need to know about future priorities, and the agency’s focus on prevention among girls…” (Saldinger, 3/20).

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