Tag Archives: AIDS-free generation

Botswana’s balancing act: A model for AIDS-free generation plans?

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CSIS REPORT EXAMINES ASPIRATIONS AND REALITIES IN COUNTRY’S SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES Take a country that, a decade ago, grappled with one of the most devastating HIV epidemics in southern Africa. With a population of just over 2 million people, about four out of every 10 adults was infected with the virus that leads to AIDS. […]

Blueprint: Support community efforts, strengthen systems, improve delivery and ensure funding

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David Barr began working on HIV/AIDS issues in 1985. He coordinated the creation of the HIV Collaborative Fund, a partnership of the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and Tides Foundation, which to date has supported more than 1,000 organizations in over 70 countries with small grants and capacity-building for HIV treatment awareness, literacy, community mobilization […]

Blueprint: A credible blueprint for AIDS response must address TB deaths

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Dr. Salmaan Keshavjee directs the Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where he is also Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine and Associate Professor of Medicine.  He is a  senior tuberculosis specialist at the Boston-based non-profit Partners In Health […]

Focus, inclusion, aspiration and language highlight changes in 2013 PEPFAR Country Operational Plan Guidance

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What a difference a year can make, when sometime within that year a goal comes into focus. Every year the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief puts together a set of guidelines — a Guidance — on how to turn Country Operational Plans into the realities of setting, reaching and documenting goals to put epidemic-fighting […]