Africa: Ending Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

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A community meeting of HIV-positive women who have benefitted from prevention of mother-to-child transmission services and health counselors in Dangbo, Benin. Read more»

Better Health, Better Human Rights

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No entire population is at the same risk of contracting infectious diseases. Many diseases disproportionately affect the groups of people who are criminalized and at the margins of society, such as prisoners, writes Mark Dybul. Read more»

Funding for Mozambique Will Focus on Malaria Prevention

© Ron Haviv/Roll Back Malaria
Malaria testing in Ibo, Mozambique: U.S.$13 million in funding for Mozambique will be combined with $71.9 million in funding approved by the Global Fund Board for the renewal of two existing malaria grants. Read more»

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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Our Fight, Our Future

People often ask me if I feel pressure as the first democratically elected female leader of an African nation. It's a fair question, but the pressure I feel should be the same felt by all African leaders. Read more»


Constance Mudenda: My Story Is One of Miracles - Modern Day, Medical Miracles

I live in Zambia, a country which over the last two decades has lost far too many of its people to this deadly virus - roughly one million people are living with HIV in Zambia today. Read more»


President Mahama: The Big Push to Defeat HIV & Aids in Ghana

We can beat HIV and Aids. But we can do this only if we continue to act together and prioritize HIV and Aids as a major health threat to our global survival. Read more»


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