U.S. President Trump Expected To Sign Bill Reauthorizing PEPFAR

Wall Street Journal: Trump Set to Extend Program Aimed at Fighting AIDS
“The Trump administration is expected to sign a bill extending for five years a global aid program aimed at combating HIV/AIDS — and giving faith-based organizations an expanded role. Aid groups praised the decision to extend the mandate of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief through 2023. Mr. Trump had repeatedly sought to cut funding to the program, known as PEPFAR, raising concerns among advocates that his administration might seek to block its extension…” (Donati, 11/30).

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