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A Continued Commitment to U.S. Leadership on HIV

As the world transitions from the successful implementation of an emergency response to AIDS to the equally important job of building sustained access to HIV prevention and treatment, continued leadership from PEPFAR and the Global Fund will be critical.

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Praying for health: A story from Kenya

"Sometimes you meet the most incredible people in the worst of circumstances." A personal story about NTDs.

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Perspectives: Reaching and Treating People with TB and HIV

ACTION talks with African experts about what we need to do to reach, treat, and cure everyone with TB and HIV.

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Why This Teen in the US Is Dedicated to Fighting Fistula in Kenya

Fistula is an issue that is not commonly talked about in the United States because women give birth in hospitals where they have access to advanced medical care. For women in developing countries, the nearest hospital may be hours away and they have no means of transportation to get there.

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Could Better-Designed Child Health Records Be the Spark That Starts a Prairie Fire?

Launched last year, the Records for Life contest challenged the global community to re-design the child health record in order to better meet the needs of providers and caregivers, with a focus on immunization information. More than 300 teams from 41 countries proposed ideas and the grand prize winner was announced at the international Interaction Design Association Conference in Amsterdam on February 8, 2014.

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