Cutting Aid To Newly Classified Middle-Income Countries Hinders HIV/AIDS Efforts, U.K. Group Says

The Guardian: Slashing aid to emerging economies undercuts HIV fight, activists warn
“The abrupt withdrawal of international aid money from countries that graduate to middle-income status is hindering the fight against HIV and AIDS, leaving already marginalized groups even more vulnerable, and could undermine the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals, campaigners have warned. … STOPAIDS, an umbrella group of more than 80 U.K. agencies, held a symposium in London on Thursday to discuss the issue of economic reclassification…” (Jones, 3/24).

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