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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: HIV Prevention Research; Foreign Aid; Sanitation; Aid, Self-Reliance

Advancing HIV Prevention Research Requires ‘Spirit Of Global Collaboration’ “Microbicides, vaccines and other new approaches will one day join proven HIV-prevention strategies, including condoms, male circumcision and clean needles. How soon that day comes will depend on whether funders and the scientific community can develop the more collaborative approaches to…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: PEPFAR Funding; Aid In Africa; Obama, Human Rights

U.S. Should Fully Support PEPFAR Following a recent letter by Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) to President Barack Obama that “expressed concern about the future of” PEPFAR “as details of the Obama administration’s Global Health Initiative emerge,” a Courier-Journal editorial looks at how the “U.S. made a commitment to be a major player in the…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: Aid To Pakistan; Criteria For Effective Aid

U.S., World Must Mount Better Strategy To Address Flooding In Pakistan A New York Times editorial about the flooding in Pakistan and the global response to it, cautions: “The world, especially the United States, must not blow this one. We worry it already could be doing that.” “Washington is doing…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: Abortion In Canada’s G8 Initiative; Security Of Afghan Women; U.S. Global Development Strategy; Mother’s Day; U.S. Food Security Initiative; Polio Eradication

Abortions Are ‘One Small Chunk Of Bigger Puzzle’ For Improving Maternal, Child Health National Post columnist Jonathan Kay examines the ongoing debate over whether Canada’s G8 child and maternal health initiative should include abortions, which according to a 2006 Oxford University Press-World Bank report, are “one small chunk of a…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: G8’s Track Record; Maternal, Child Health; Chan on N. Korea; USAID, DDT In Haiti

G8’s ‘Disappointing Track Record’ In a Vancouver Sun opinion piece, columnist Barbara Yaffe writes about the “disappointing track record of delivery on past G8 aid promises” in light of recent concern over Canada’s announcement that it will not fund abortion in its G8 initiative. Yaffe includes several quotes from Julio Montaner, president…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: Africans Fight Malaria; Access To AIDS Treatment; Noncommunicable Disease Summit; Maternal, Child Health Efforts

Africans’ Involvement Helps Fight Malaria On The Continent In an East African opinion piece, U.N. Special Envoy for Malaria Ray Chambers; Mark Green, the director of the Malaria No More Policy Center; and John Bridgeland, vice chairman of Malaria No More, highlight Africans’ involvement in addressing malaria on the continent.…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Recent Releases In Global Health

Adopt Draft Code Of Health Personnel Recruitment At WHA, Lancet Comment Says As the 193 WHO member states gather at next week’s World Health Assembly (WHA) “a draft global code of practice on the international recruitment of health personnel will be on the agenda. Negotiation and adoption of a WHO…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Science Special Issue Reports On Malaria

This week’s issue of Science features news articles focusing on recent progress on malaria control in Africa and discussing future challenges, including drug resistance.

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Recent Releases In Global Health

WHO Bulletin Editorial Reflects On Health-Related MDGs Progress, Challenges After highlighting successes and failures of efforts to reach the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), an editorial appearing in the WHO Bulletin reflects, “[t]he variable progress achieved begs the question of the feasibility of the MDG goals and targets. … The MDGs…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Opinions: Family Planning; U.S. Food Aid

Comprehensive Family Planning Approach Needed, Not Just ‘Contraceptive Dispensary’ In his latest New York Times column, Nicholas Kristof writes about the “unavailability of birth control in many poor countries,” noting some experiences from a recent trip to Africa. “So the pill, 50 years old this month in the United States,…

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