Daily Archives: June 19, 2014

Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Law prompts new U.S. responses, including entry restrictions and police program aid suspension

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*** Breaking News *** A White House blog post and National Security Council  statement  today announced additional responses from the White House to Uganda’s enactment of the Anti-Homosexuality Act, legislation that led to police action and suspension of work at a U.S.-funded HIV program there. The response comes on the heels of a report from […]

HIV and donor priorities, sex workers and non-rights-based programming, TB in the mines and more . . . we’re reading, and watching why human rights and health go together

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HIV and Human Rights: A Mapping of Donor Priorities and Trends in Southern Africa – Diminished funding for HIV responses along with efforts to merge those responses into other public health and rights programming present both challenges and opportunities to organizations trying to strengthen outreach to those hit hardest by the epidemic, according to this […]