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Treating People With HIV As Soon As Possible Would Provide ‘Double Benefit’

New York Times: Treating HIV Patients Before They Get Sick Editorial Board “…The finding [of the START trial that shows people living with HIV should begin treatment as soon as possible] raises the powerful moral question of whether global and national organizations can find the will — and the resources…

African Health Leaders, International Partners Can Improve Continent’s Future

The Lancet: African health leaders: claiming the future Agnes Binagwaho, minister of health of Rwanda, and Nigel Crisp, independent member of the House of Lords and co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health “Improving health in Africa is a team effort that involves many people from different…

Post-2015 Development Agenda Must Focus On Human Rights, With WASH At Center

Devex: We can’t fail twice: New global development agenda must be framed by human rights Megan MacGarry, campaigns and communications officer at End Water Poverty (EWP) “…The new global development agenda post-2015 has to be framed by human rights and owned by the people. … If we want to truly…

Partnerships Can Help Women With Fistula Access Treatment, Care

Huffington Post: We Can Prevent and Treat Obstetric Fistula. Let’s Do Both. Catherine Murphy, director of digital marketing for Mercy Ships “On International Day to End Obstetric Fistula, the global health community paused to stand with the more than two million women around the world who live with the untreated…

African Governments Must Better Fund Domestic Efforts To Improve Maternal, Child Health

The Guardian: Empty promises mean African mothers are dying of preventable diseases Joachim Osur, head of reproductive and child health at Amref Health Africa “…Africa has taken great strides in developing a favorable policy environment for reproductive and maternal health. But this positive environment has not translated into better health…

Food For Peace Acts As ‘Stabilizing Force’ In Conflict-Ridden Middle East

The Hill: In response to Mideast wars, increase Food for Peace William Lambers, author and blogger “…There is no doubt Congress and President Obama should increase funding for Food for Peace in the upcoming FY16 budget. In a world where there is plenty of chaos, Food for Peace is one…

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