Lessons From Three Countries In Africa On Preventing, Treating HIV/AIDS
New York Times: On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa
Tina Rosenberg, author and Pulitzer Prize winner
“…[W]e’re interested in what separates success from failure. We’re especially interested in positive deviants — the people, places, and institutions that are doing much better than others with the same resources. What are they doing that others are not? And what can we learn from that? In honor of the AIDS conference, I’m looking this week at three different — and surprising — positive deviants, countries that are doing very well on some aspect of fighting AIDS.” These countries include Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Malawi (7/31).
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