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Opinions: Maintain Fight Against HIV/AIDS; Ending MTCT of HIV; Impact Of U.S. Health Reform On Foreign-Trained Physicians

U.N. Secretary-General Calls For International Community To ‘Rally Around’ Next Generation Of HIV Treatment, Increase Support For Countries In Need Following a recent trip to the largest HIV/AIDS clinic in Uganda, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon reflects on the recent progress made in the fight against the disease in a McClatchy opinion…

WHO Calls For More Blood Donations Worldwide

Seventy-seven countries do not have a blood donation rate high enough to meet “the basic needs for blood transfusions,” reports the Associated Press. The World Health Organization (WHO) released new global data on blood donation for World Blood Donor Day on June 14. “[H]alf of the global blood donations are collected in developed nations, home to only 16 percent of the world’s population,” according to AP (6/11).

Media Examine Women Deliver Conference

New outlets continued to report on the Women Deliver conference, which wrapped up last week. As the conference closed, Women Deliver President Jill Sheffield said advocates would address the economic dimensions of maternal mortality, the BBC reports. “Finance ministers are on our list – and they’re not going to stay safe,” she said. “They don’t always see this as a critical issue. Our economic arguments for investing in women’s health are pretty dramatic.”

Opinions: Haitian Housing; U.S. Foreign Aid

Haitians, International Donors Need To Do Better On Housing “The only thing that seems to be moving relentlessly ahead in Haiti is the weather, with punishing heat and near-daily thunderstorms settling in for the summer – and the hurricane season that just begun,” according to a New York Times editorial highlighting some…

Recent Releases In Global Health

TB Control Strategies Should Target Women, Children A Lancet Comment highlights “unique susceptibilities” to tuberculosis among women and children, who also “might encounter substantial barriers to access appropriate care.” In addition to overall TB control improvement, the article calls for “innovative strategies to advance tuberculosis prevention and treatment in women…

USAID’s Policy Bureau Takes Shape

Plans for USAID’s new Bureau of Policy Planning and Learning are moving ahead, Foreign Policy’s blog, “The Cable” reports.