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U.S. Lawmakers Reach Trade Deal To Help Haiti; News Outlets Examine Health Care, Housing

“Top U.S. lawmakers said on Wednesday they have reached a bipartisan deal to help Haiti rebuild its earthquake-shattered economy by opening the U.S. market to more Haitian clothing and textiles,” Reuters reports. The deal would almost triple “the amount of certain Haitian knit and woven clothing products that qualify for U.S. duty-free treatment.”

Report Looks At HIV/AIDS Funding In Developing Countries

“A global pullback on commitments to fund and fight AIDS is resulting in restrictions on the number of people being enrolled into treatment programmes, more frequent drug shortages, and reduced national AIDS budgets,” according to a report (.pdf) released Monday by the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), BMJ News reports.

Opinions: G8 Summit; World Malaria Day; Family Planning; Global Food Security Act

To Improve Maternal, Child Health, Focus On Improving Nutrition As G8 development leaders gather in Halifax, Nova Scotia, this week to discuss priorities for the upcoming summit, Josette Sheeran, executive director of the WFP, calls for world leaders to focus on the nutritional needs of mothers and children in developing…

PMI Releases 6-Year Malaria Strategy

The U.S. government Thursday released a six-year strategy to address malaria globally, Reuters reports (Fox, 4/22). The plan was issued through the President’s Malaria Initiative(PMI) in conjunction with World Malaria Day, April 25, and is a “core component of President [Barack] Obama’s Global Health Initiative,” according to a USAID press release (4/22).

Recent Releases In Global Health

Lancet Editorial Argues Global Health Community ‘Too Complacent’ On Development Of An Effective, Affordable Malaria Vaccine   “What is still needed [to fight malaria] is the only tool that has ever truly conquered any infectious disease: an effective and affordable vaccine. And here, the global malaria community has been too complacent,” a…