NGOs, Advocacy Groups Express Concern Over Proposed U.S. Cuts To Global HIV/AIDS Funding

Foreign Policy: Proposed U.S. Cuts to AIDS Funding Could Cause Millions of Deaths: Report
“The State Department is trumpeting U.S. progress combating HIV and AIDS worldwide, but nongovernmental organizations warn that the Trump administration’s plans to slash AIDS funding could lead to millions more infected, with many dying. … A blistering new report from the ONE Campaign … argues that the administration’s proposed budget cuts would derail all the progress made to date, just when an end to the disease is in sight” (Gramer, 12/1).

Al Jazeera: World AIDS Day: Groups say Trump failing on HIV fight
“…38 advocacy organizations submitted a letter to congressional leaders on Friday voicing a ‘profound concern about the direction the executive branch appears to be taking in the global response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic’…” (Elliott, 12/1).

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