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Kerry Reiterates U.S. Commitment To AIDS-Free Generation At State Department Reception

Washington Blade: Kerry: U.S. ‘working towards’ AIDS-free generation “Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday during a diplomatic reception at the State Department reiterated the Obama administration’s call for a so-called AIDS-free generation. … U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Deborah Birx, who oversees the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, and…

Fast Company Profiles Global Health Corps Program, Fellows

Fast Company: Meet The Non-MD’s Solving Systemic Health Care Problems For Global Health Corps “Global Health Corps just sent its latest cohort of fellows to their yearlong posts developing health and social justice solutions in places like Zambia, Malawi, and Rwanda. And while the GHC fellows — all aged 30…

Opinion Pieces Address SDGs’ Commitment To Ending Hunger

Huffington Post: Ending Hunger in Our Lifetime Greg Barrow, World Food Programme’s global media coordinator “…[T]he new Sustainable Development Goals demonstrate that addressing global hunger is everyone’s problem, and if we are really going to banish it, then everyone needs to play a role. … [I]f we really believe in…

Secretary Kerry Discusses U.S. Progress, Commitment To Achieving AIDS-Free Generation At PEPFAR Diplomatic Reception

U.S. Department of State: Remarks at the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief Diplomatic Reception During his remarks at the PEPFAR diplomatic reception on Wednesday, Secretary of State John Kerry recognized Deborah Birx’s work as U.S. global AIDS coordinator and discussed U.S. progress and commitment toward achieving an AIDS-free generation…

India’s Innovations To Address Menstruation Offer Lessons For U.S.

New York Times: Menstruation Innovation: Lessons from India Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, vice president for development at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law “…In the quest to address issues of menstrual health and hygiene … most of the ingenuity and innovation has been spearheaded in the developing world,…

U.S., Pharmaceutical Companies Should Work With, Not Against, Indian Drug Industry

SciDev.Net: Focus on Private Sector: India’s generic drug wars Maha Rafi Atal, PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge “…Indian companies provide cheap generic drugs to countries across the world and account for 80 percent of donor-funded HIV treatment — a set-up now threatened by U.S. pressure [to introduce ‘data…

State Department Blog Post Discusses USAID’s Maternal, Child Health Efforts

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Around the World in Videos: How USAID is Helping Curb Child and Maternal Deaths Alfonso E. Lenhardt, deputy administrator and acting administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), discusses USAID’s efforts to curb maternal and child deaths globally and presents four videos that…

USAID’s Global Development Lab Announces $10M For 45 New Global Research Projects

USAID: USAID Announces $10 Million in New Global Research Collaboration “The U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) U.S. Global Development Lab [on Friday] announced $10 million for 45 new research projects that will address evidence gaps and advance technical capacity in critical areas of development. Spanning 23 USAID partner countries,…