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Development Policy 25-04-2016

UNITAID: Health spending in developing countries brings a ‘five-fold return’

Access to new treatments for the big pandemics in Africa has improved, thanks to falling prices, and the ending of medical patents, Philippe Duneton told EURACTIV France.
Nafsiah Mboi
Development Policy 09-12-2014

Global Fund chair: Development aid should not be about figures, but about people

?Indonesia is one of the developing countries which will soon stop receiving much of its development aid from the international society's programmes, as the country is now seen as a middle-income country. However, there are huge inequalities and millions of poor people still in countries like Indonesia so policymakers should stop looking at the figures and instead focus on the people, says Nafsiah Mboi.
Health 09-07-2007

‘EU has no real HIV/AIDS strategy for neighbouring countries’

Europe's strategy to combat HIV/AIDS in its neighbouring countries is mere words on paper and EU investment being put behind the response to HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis in these countries is far from being enough, argues the executive director of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
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