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Global Philanthropic Funding For HIV/AIDS Reaches Highest Level Since 2008, FCAA Report Says

Funders Concerned About AIDS: New Funders Concerned About AIDS Report Shows Highest Philanthropic Funding Point Since 2008 “Funders Concerned About AIDS (FCAA), the leading voice on philanthropic resources for the global AIDS epidemic, [last week] released its 14th annual Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS report. This year’s findings indicate that…

DfID Releases First Multilateral, Bilateral Aid Reviews Since 2011

Devex: Winners and losers in DfID’s new Multilateral Aid Review “The Department for International Development has released its first Multilateral Development Review since 2011, outlining priorities for future multilateral spending and identifying strengths and weaknesses among its 37 multilateral partners. Multilateral organizations the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,…

U.S. Should Devote More Global Health Funds To Goods Rather Than Service Delivery

Washington Post: How the U.S. should change its approach to global health Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot university professor at Harvard “…We are in uncharted territory. No one can know what the attitude of the new U.S. administration will be to funding foreign assistance of any kind or to…

HIV Epidemic Coming Under Control In 3 Sub-Saharan African Nations, PEPFAR Data Show

The Economist: A report shows HIV in retreat in many African countries “…Some researchers predict that several African countries will soon achieve ‘epidemic control,’ meaning that fewer people are newly infected each year than die of the disease. New data from the American President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR),…

Washington State’s Global Health Community Should Lead Reforms To Better Distribute HIV Funding Among Donors, Recipient Nations

Humanosphere: Op-Ed: Is global health industry too self-serving in the fight against AIDS? Scott Barnhart, professor of medicine and global health, and Joanna Diallo, senior program manager in the department of global health, both at the University of Washington, Seattle, discuss a “self-serving model of development,” in which much of…

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