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Also In Global Health News: Malawi HIV/AIDS Fight; Cancer In Developing World

Malawi Gets $30M World Bank Grant For HIV/AIDS Tim Gilbo, the World Bank’s director in Malawi, announced on Tuesday that the organization will grant the country $30 million, which will be used to “increase access to prevention, treatment and mitigation services with a focus on behavioural change,” SAPA/News24.com reports. Gilbo also said the country should “identify and promote those…

Clinton Global Initiative Meeting Begins, Will Address Investment In Women, Girls

The Clinton Global Initiative’s (CGI) 2009 meeting, which begins Tuesday in New York, has added a new theme to its agenda – “investing in women and girls to narrow the gender gap,” Bloomberg reports in an article examining the conference. “In all the world there is only one strategy which clearly slows population growth, raises income and promotes more social stability that is supported across all religious and cultural lines,” former President Clinton said. “And that is putting all the girls in school and giving all the young women access to the labor market.”

African Leaders To Form Alliance To Eliminate Malaria Deaths

African leaders, who are scheduled to meet in New York on Wednesday, are expected to launch an effort – the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) – to eliminate all malaria deaths on the continent by 2015, the Daily Independent/allAfrica.com reports.

TIME Examines Voluntary Airline Tax That Aims To Fund Global Health Projects

TIME examines a voluntary airline tax, to be introduced in the U.S. and several European countries in January, that aims to “make up a shortfall in official government aid to poor countries — a shortfall exacerbated by the world financial crisis.” The tax will be used to combat HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, and it will also go towards improving maternal health and reducing child mortality.

Also In Global Health News: PNG, Nepal Outbreaks; Taliban OKs Polio Vaccination; Technology Helps In Developing Countries; Satellite Images For Malaria Control

Outbreaks Strain Papua New Guinea’s Health System VOA News examines the ongoing struggle for Papua New Guinea’s health system to treat thousands of people infected by the “simultaneous outbreaks of influenza, dysentery and cholera that have killed about 120 people.” The article includes information about the difficulties heath officials are…

Recent Releases: HIV And Nutrition; New Global Health Journal; Male Circumcision; Chagas Disease; Malaria Research Methods

Clinical Infectious Diseases Examines Relationship Between HIV, Nutrition, Food Insecurity “Despite calls from national and international organizations to integrate HIV and nutritional programs, data are lacking on how such programs can be effectively implemented in resource-poor settings, on the optimum content and duration of nutritional support, and on ideal target…