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Sri Lankan Colleagues at Risk Event in Toronto: Be There!

10/31/2009

For PHR members in Canada, we'd like to extend an invitation to an important meeting in Toronto on the case of three Sri Lankan doctors detained earlier this year.

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A Win for Women: PEPFAR Integrates AIDS and Reproductive Health

08/31/2009

Women's health and human rights are finally being promoted and protected by PEPFAR---thanks to the efforts of activists like you. In the 2010 annual PEPFAR Country Operational Plan (COP) guidance to the field, the Obama administration urged country teams to promote greater coordination between HIV/AIDS programs and family planning and reproductive health.

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Got 2 Minutes? Watch "More Pie"

08/26/2009

The debate that pits AIDS funding against other global health funding (for maternal mortality, malaria, etc.) rages on. Just last week, a Boston Globe op-ed began by saying AIDS has received tens of billions, but chronic, non-communicable diseases like cancer are becoming more deadly, without a similar monetary commitment from the US---as if there should be some kind of trade off, with one getting less and another getting more.

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Now Is Not the Time to Step Back from Global AIDS Funding

08/03/2009

NPR's Morning Edition recently reported on a visit to Capitol Hill by the Afghanistan Minister of Health Sayid Fatimie. This short report asked the question: should foreign aid for global health be viewed as a way of helping poor countries or should it serve foreign policy objectives?

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Act Now to End the HIV Travel Ban

07/28/2009

The US government is very close to ending the discriminatory HIV Travel Ban, which prohibits people living with AIDS from entering the United States. Take action today by telling the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to end the HIV Travel Ban.

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