CSIS Policy Brief Makes Recommendations For Trump Administration, Congress On U.S. Leadership In Global HIV

Center for Strategic & International Studies: A Moment of Reckoning for U.S. Leadership on Global HIV
In an email alert, Sara Allinder, deputy director and senior fellow with the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, writes, “In February 2017, the CSIS Global Health Policy Center convened an expert working group on HIV to discuss critical issues affecting continued U.S. leadership and progress toward control of the pandemic. [On Wednesday] we published a policy brief ‘A Moment of Reckoning for U.S. Leadership on Global HIV’ on behalf of the group with recommendations to the Trump administration and Congress. Over the next month, we will publish an expanded version as well as companion papers focused on the Global Fund, the needs of adolescent girls and young women, and sustainability and country ownership…” (6/21).

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