Category Archives: U.S. Policy and Funding

Keeping up with the Global Fund

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After a tumultuous few years the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is nearing completion of, at least, the first phases of a makeover, with the framework for a new funding model agreed upon at its September board meeting, and details of the model to be decided at the next, Nov. 14-15 board […]

PEPFAR advisory board applies implementation science, ethics to efforts

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In the life of the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief so far, the concept of exploring its efficiency, its impact, the relevance of it targets even, is relatively young. When all of those are weighed against intentions and costs, the discipline at work is called “implementation science,” and that is the science, PEPFAR leadership […]