Experts Recommend Expanding AIDS Paradigm To Fit In Post-2015 Agenda

Devex: Fitting AIDS into the post-2015 agenda
“Ongoing negotiations on a new global development framework have raised fears that existing targets may be forgotten — and gains lost — once the Millennium Development Goals expire at the end of 2015. This is why world leaders appear to be honing in on ways to keep the momentum going on hard-to-reach MDGs while driving progress toward new, ambitious goals. In line with this sentiment, a group of top multilateral and bilateral donor officials including the head of the U.N. Development Programme have laid out such a strategy for global health…” The news service describes a World Bank panel held on Thursday that included UNDP Administrator Helen Clark, UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé, and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim (Stephens, 1/10).

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