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NPR Looks at US Global AIDS Strategy

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The Center for Global Health Policy’s director, Christine Lubinski, is quoted in this recent NPR story that examines the Obama Administration’s approach to combating global AIDS. The piece, which also includes an interview with US Global AIDS Coordinator Eric Goosby, delves into the Administration’s plans for building developing-country capacity (and responsibility) for AIDS programs and […]

Goosby to Discuss Five-Year Strategy at Town-Hall Forum

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For those with burning questions about the new five-year US global AIDS strategy released today, Ambassador Eric Goosby, the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, will participate in a town-hall style forum hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation this Friday at 9:30 eastern time. Dr. Goosby will discuss the strategy and how it fits into the Administration’s […]

PEPFAR's Five-Year Strategy Comes Up Short on Treatment Targets

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The Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator released its five-year global AIDS strategy today, marking World AIDS Day by outlining its vision for the transition of PEPFAR from an emergency response to a more sustainable, country-driven program. The biggest news in the 20-page report can be found on page 6, where OGAC outlines its prevention […]

WH Officials Announce IAS Conference Set for D.C. in 2012, Leaves Other Key Global AIDS Policy Questions Unanswered

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Today’s White House news conference on the Obama Administration’s global HIV/AIDS efforts did not, in fact, provide all that much news. The main announcement came from Secretary Hillary Clinton, who said the International AIDS Society would host its 2012 conference in Washington, D.C., a step made possible by the Administration’s repeal of the HIV entry […]

Leaders in Global Health to Obama: Keep the Promise on Global AIDS

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Leading academic, scientific, and public health leaders from around the world sent a letter to President Obama last night, urging him to maintain robust scale up of AIDS services as part of his Global Health Initiative. “It is imperative that we save lives, families and communities, as well as stabilize developing nations, through continued scale-up […]