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USAID Publishes New Issue Of ‘FrontLines’

USAID: FrontLines The January/February issue of USAID’s FrontLines features articles on various topics, including access to HIV treatment, care, and counseling in Guyana; improvements in health and wealth in Senegal following a decline in malaria cases; and a rise in volunteerism in Ukraine to help displaced persons (January/February 2017).

Continuing PEPFAR In Africa Important Humanitarian Effort, Critical To U.S. Interests

New York Times: America First, in Africa David Leonhardt, columnist at the New York Times “…The Chinese government is financing and subsidizing $1 trillion in spending, mostly in low-income countries around the world. … It’s a wonderful development in many ways. It’s also a reminder of China’s rising strategic challenge…

Trump Administration Seems Set To Continue PEPFAR Support But Unclear How Mexico City Policy Expansion Affects Programs, The Atlantic Reports

The Atlantic: Trump Seems to Support Bush’s AIDS Program for Now “Despite concerns raised during the presidential transition, the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) seems poised to continue its work. … Though keeping [Obama-appointee Deborah Birx, the U.S. global AIDS coordinator and U.S. special representative for global health…

Trump Administration Should ‘Embrace,’ ‘Expand’ PEPFAR

New York Times: Bill Frist: The Case for Keeping America’s AIDS Relief Plan Bill Frist, former Republican Senate majority leader from Tennessee, chair of the executive board of Cressey & Company, senior fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center, and co-chair of the center’s work on health innovation “…By embracing and…

More Than Half Of U.S. President Trump’s Global Development Council Resign, Devex Reports

Devex: More than half of President Trump’s Global Development Council have resigned “More than half of the president’s Global Development Council — a high-level advisory group of business, civil society, and academic leaders who offer guidance on U.S. foreign assistance — have resigned, according to a former member of the…

Blog Post Outlines 5 Global Health Stories To Look Forward To In 2017

U.N. Dispatch: 5 Big Global Health Victories to Anticipate in 2017. (This is Humanity Affirming Stuff!) Alanna Shaikh, an international development professional who writes for U.N. Dispatch, discusses five global health victories to anticipate in 2017, including the elimination of Guinea worm; implementation of a dengue fever vaccine; expected approval…

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