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Monday, October 5, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Cleo Bachelor of the Year Hunk Dustin Leonard’s Mission to Give Away 500,000 Condoms in Africa


CLEO Bachelor of the Year finalist Dustin Leonard hasn’t had time to celebrate his nomination — the hunky American expat has been busy distributing half a million free condoms in Africa.
Thursday, October 1, 2015 — No Region Specified

Groundbreaking Guidelines Expand Population on HIV Drugs by Millions, but Who Will Pay?

Source: The Washington Post

The World Health Organization on Wednesday radically revised its guidelines for those who should be on HIV anti-retrovirals, in a push for early treatment and prevention that it hopes will help end the epidemic by its target date of 2030.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

The Social Entrepreneur Interview Series: Meet Jennifer Nantale of Nyaka

Source: The Huffington Post

Every day, social entrepreneurs from around the world are seizing opportunities others miss to improve broken systems, innovate and develop solutions to change society for the better. Over the past few months, I've traveled to India, Brazil, Southeast Asia, East Africa, Western Europe and the U.S. to visit 50 NGOs and social enterprises with my team at Epic Foundation.
Friday, September 4, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Zimbabwe Running Out of BCG Vaccine

Source: The Financial Gazette

Zimbabwe is running short of BCG vaccine meant to protect newborn babies from contracting tuberculosis (TB) — one of the six infant killer diseases.
Thursday, August 13, 2015 — No Region Specified

Bid protest denied on largest-ever USAID award

Source: Devex

The Government Accountability Office has denied a bid protest filed in response to the U.S. Agency for International Development’s award decision on the Global Health Supply Chain – Procurement and Supply Management project, the agency’s largest-ever contract, valued at $9.5 billion.
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Nigeria Has Attained HIV, Maternal Mortality MDGs Targets Ahead of Deadline, Govt Asserts

Source: allAfrica

Ahead of the September, 2015 target date of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the Federal Government said Nigeria has attained the targets set on HIV/AIDs and Maternal Mortality in the country.
Monday, August 10, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Why South Africa's Health Minister Is So Worried About India Caving in to Big Pharma


A big supplier of cheap lifesaving drugs to developing nations, India admirably balances public health needs with private profits and innovation. But it is under pressure to change this model.
Thursday, August 6, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Experimental gel partially protects against genital herpes

Source: Reuters

An experimental vaginal gel containing a drug used to treat the AIDS virus could prevent half of cases of genital herpes, according to a study done in South Africa. Among women who used tenofovir gel, the annual rate of infection with the genital herpes virus, known as herpes simplex virus type 2 or HSV-2, was 10.2 percent versus a rate of 21 percent for women who used a placebo gel.
Tuesday, August 4, 2015 — Latin America

The ketchup sachet-shaped drug saving babies from HIV

Source: BBC Mundo

Inside a foil sachet, which looks more at home in a fast-food restaurant, an exact dose of antiretroviral medicine is helping to protect newborn babies against the threat of infection from their HIV-positive mothers.
Friday, July 31, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Across Africa, a New Kind of Container Garden Is Changing Women’s Lives

Source: TakePart

Some people have the talent to take a simple idea and adapt it into a solution with far-reaching benefits. Take Veronica Kanyango of Zimbabwe, a grassroots organizer who works in home-based health care and hospice for people with HIV/AIDS. She’s managed to take a couple of bags full or dirt and turn them into an agrarian movement.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Fight Against Tropical Diseases Is Framed As Efficient

Source: The New York Times

In the battle for the billions of dollars spent fighting global diseases, doctors who tackle neglected tropical diseases have labeled their struggle a “best buy.”
Tuesday, July 28, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

South Africa Is Rebranding Its Condom Campaign: Will It Work This Time?

Source: The Conversation

The South African National Department of Health has launched a new safe sex campaign. Over the next three years it plans to distribute 3 billion scented male condoms, 54 million female condoms and 60 million sachets of lubricant to 4000 sites countrywide. It will cost taxpayers R3.5 billion.
Friday, July 24, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Viewpoint: As Obama Heads to Africa, An Entrepreneurial Approach to Fighting Disease Takes Root

Source: The Hill

The White House has said that President Obama’s trip to Africa, where he will attend the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, will focus on accelerating economic growth, strengthening democratic institutions and improving security in African countries. When the president arrives in Kenya he will find that new and innovative approaches to fighting disease on the continent have the potential to invigorate progress in each of those priority areas.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 — South Asia

Viewpoint: India Must Keep Patent Laws for Manufacture of Cheap Generic Drugs

Source: Hindustan Times

Recently, trade ministers from 10 Asean countries, India, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea gathered to negotiate a deal on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement. But, RCEP negotiations on intellectual property (IP) are at a standstill because India and the Asean countries are unwilling to trade away health by adopting IP provisions that go beyond what is required of them under international trade rules.
Monday, July 20, 2015 — No Region Specified

Breakthrough Global Agreement Sharply Lowers Price of Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV

Source: Press Release

Global partners in the Diagnostics Access Initiative have joined with Roche Diagnostics to announce a 35% reduction in the price for HIV early infant diagnostic technologies. The new access price is US$ 9.40 per test, including proprietary reagents and consumables associated with diagnosing HIV in very young children. Partners involved in the negotiation of this reduced access price include UNAIDS, the Clinton Health Access Initiative Inc., the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and UNITAID.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 — No Region Specified

Press Release: UNAIDS Announces Goal of 15M People on Life-Saving HIV Treatment by 2015 Has Been Met 9 Months Early

Source: UNAIDS

The AIDS targets of MDG 6—halting and reversing the spread of HIV—have been achieved and exceeded, according to a new report released today by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). New HIV infections have fallen by 35% and AIDS-related deaths by 41%. The global response to HIV has averted 30 million new HIV infections and nearly 8 million (7.8 million) AIDS-related deaths since 2000, when the MDGs were set.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Good News on 'African Solutions to African Problems' in Health: SMS, Bike Ambulances, and Pregnancy Hostels

Source: Mail & Guardian Africa

At the end of this week a high level ministerial meeting will take place in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, to discuss how to fix the shortage of health workers on the continent.
Friday, July 10, 2015 — No Region Specified

Bringing Innovation to the Front Line of Global Health

Source: PSI Impact

Lelio Marmora, UNITAID executive director, discusses how to accelerate introduction of effective new health solutions.
Friday, July 10, 2015 — South Asia

Oral Cholera Vaccine Could Speed Control Efforts, Trial Finds

Source: Reuters

An oral vaccine has reduced cases of severe cholera by nearly 40 percent in a key trial in Bangladeshi slums, suggesting the shot could be used routinely to help endemic countries control the life-threatening disease.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 — No Region Specified

How Will Global Health Financing Change Post-MDGs?

Source: Devex

Hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent since 2000 to tackle some of the world’s biggest health problems.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015 — Latin America

WHO Validates Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis in Cuba

Source: World Health Organization

Cuba today became the first country in the world to receive validation from WHO that it has eliminated mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis.
Monday, June 29, 2015 — No Region Specified

Bill Gates Hopeful of AIDS Vaccine in 10 Years

Source: The Jakarta Post

Billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates, who spends millions of dollars on AIDS drug development, said Friday he hoped for a vaccine against the disease within the next decade as a cure remains far off.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015 — No Region Specified

Global Health Advocates Circle U.S. Capitol, but Senators Advance Toward TPP Trade Deal

Source: Science Speaks

Representing organizations that train and supply health workers in some of the world’s poorest countries, that push for global access to life-saving medicines, and that urge effective responses to infectious diseases, protesters opposing the Trans Pacific Partnership took their message to the streets outside of lawmakers’ offices this morning in an effort to change just a few minds.
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 — South Asia

Indonesian Lawmakers Want to Fight AIDS By Restricting Access to Condoms

Source: Quartz

Want to stop the spread of HIV? Limit the availability of condoms. So goes the reasoning behind a draft law being developed in the Bengkulu province of Indonesia, on the southwest coast of Sumatra.
Friday, June 19, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Samsung Delivers Accessible Healthcare to Hammanskraal

Source: IT-Online

Samsung Electronics South Africa is addressing the need to provide accessible healthcare services in the Ga-Ramotse community in Hammanskraal. As part of its commitment to the communities in which Samsung serves, the organisation donated a Solar Powered Health Centre (SPHC). The SPHC supplies a variety of screenings, equipment and offers treatment to members of the community in need.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 — Asia Pacific

In Global Fight Against HIV, China’s Circumcision Device Makes the Cut

Source: Wall Street Journal

China wants a bigger slice of the global health market and it has a new tactic for getting it: circumcision.
Thursday, June 11, 2015 — No Region Specified

Press Release: New Formulation of HIV Treatment To Save More Children’s Lives - UNICEF and UNAIDS

Source: UNAIDS

Children affected by HIV and AIDS will benefit from the decision by the United States Food and Drug Administration to grant approval to a new antiretroviral formulation that can be mixed with food to make it easier for children living with HIV to take the life-saving medicines, UNAIDS and UNICEF said today.
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Sustainability and Systems Change Via a Sanitary Pad

Source: The Globe and Mail

It is a fundamental human right for a girl or woman to have the ability to manage basic biological functions. Yet four in five East African women and girls cannot access sanitary pads due to their lack of affordability.
Friday, June 5, 2015 — No Region Specified

OPINION: Global Health: Who Should Pay For Your Altruism?

Source: Forbes

Rather than policies aimed at reducing prices for HIV treatments, which place all the financing burden on innovators and reduce the incentive for innovation, policies should aim to subsidize HIV treatment in the developing world.
Friday, May 22, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Zimbabwe Uses the Most Condoms in the World, Reduces HIV Infections

Source: International Business Times

Zimbabwe’s condom usage now tops that of any other country in the world, with over 109 million condoms used in 2014. These safe sex practices have helped the southern African country lower the number of HIV infections, according to data collected by the state-run National Aids Council (NAC) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
Monday, May 11, 2015 — No Region Specified

Hunt for AIDS Cure Accelerates As GSK and U.S. Experts Link Up

Source: Reuters

Britain's GlaxoSmithKline , which decided last week to retain rather than float off its HIV drugs business, is to collaborate with U.S. scientists in developing a cure for AIDS.
Monday, April 27, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

New App for Managing HIV Treatment Failure

Source: Science and Development Network

A health informatics specialist in Rwanda has developed a computer-based application to help clinicians reduce medical errors in managing HIV treatment failure.
Thursday, April 16, 2015 — Europe & Eurasia

Viewpoint: Health Can Tackle (and Measure) Inequities

Source: Devex

We know that globally there are sufficient funds available to provide basic health services to everyone, everywhere.
Friday, April 10, 2015 — No Region Specified

As WHO Drafts Its Global Health Strategies, a Need to Reconsider Viral Hepatitis Response

Source: Devex

The World Health Organization recently announced that it was seeking input on the three global health sector strategies — HIV and AIDS, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infection — it was drafting until April 30. The strategies, which will cover 2016-2021, will be finalized at the 69th World Health Assembly in 2016.
Wednesday, April 8, 2015 — No Region Specified

These Printable Tests for HIV And E.Coli Will Bring Diagnosis Anywhere in the World

Source: Co.Exist

Cheap, simple diagnostic kits have the potential to revolutionize health care in the developing world. If we can put non-technical tests in the hands of normal people, we can test for diseases more efficiently without building out formal clinic networks. That should help get treatments to people in a more timely way.
Thursday, April 2, 2015 — South Asia

India to Add More AIDS, TB Drugs to Essential Medicines List

Source: Reuters

India is likely to add more HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis drugs to its list of essential medicines that are subject to price caps, people directly involved in the process said, in a move to improve affordability of drugs to treat the deadly diseases.
Monday, March 23, 2015 — No Region Specified

Viewpoint: Not Free Vaccines, Mr. Gates, Just Sustainably-Priced Ones

Source: The Lancet

Advocates working to increase global access to medicines were frustrated by the recent comments made by Bill Gates publicly criticizing Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders, MSF) for calling for reductions in the prices of new vaccines. In doing so, Mr Gates stands by a system of pricing that requires raising billions of dollars in donor funding every year to support it. We believe that a system dependent on raising massive amounts of money to meet arbitrarily high prices set by the pharmaceutical industry is a failed system and should be acknowledged as such by donors like Mr Gates. Rather, true success in global vaccination requires mechanisms that can rapidly achieve long-term sustainable vaccine pricing.
Thursday, March 12, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Getting a New Contraception Option to Market: How Public-Private Partnerships Drive Innovation

Source: PSI Impact

The modern Senegalese woman has it together. From raising children to owning a small business, ambition and poise are valued by Senegalese women, according to market research conducted by PSI and its partners before the launch of a new contraceptive option called Sayana Press.
Monday, March 2, 2015 — No Region Specified

A Research Agenda for HIV Survivors

Source: Science and Development Network

Chronic disease among HIV positive people has been overlooked, say K. M. Venkat Narayan and Sten Vermund. Over 35 million people worldwide are living with HIV. Massive global efforts and investments to deliver combination antiretroviral therapy (ART) have transformed a fatal infectious disease into a chronic, treatable disease.
Thursday, February 26, 2015 — South Asia

Can Too Many Free and Subsidized Condoms Actually Harm Markets?

Source: PSI Impact

In Myanmar, sexual encounters are the most common mode of HIV transmission, causing the epidemic to concentrate among key populations such as female sex workers (FSW) and their male clients (MC), as well as men who have sex with men (MSM). Since 1996, PSI/Myanmar has targeted its condom social marketing program to these groups in order to achieve the greatest impact by preventing the spread of infection.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 — No Region Specified

Merck Places Children's HIV Drug in Shared Non-Profit Patent Pool

Source: Reuters

U.S. drugmaker Merck & Co has contributed an HIV medicine for children to an international shared patent pool in a move that should speed the development of cheap paediatric formulations for use in poor countries.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 — No Region Specified

New Deal Allows Generics Makers License to Sell HIV Drug

Source: Devex

Children living with HIV in 92 countries may soon have access to a lower-cost antiretroviral treatment.
Thursday, February 19, 2015 — No Region Specified

Press Release: Lions Health Partners with UNICEF and Unilever to Create an Innovative Global Health Campaign

Source: Market Watch

Last night, Lions Health together with UNICEF and Unilever, launched the Young Lions Health Award, an exciting new competition for young creatives and marketers that aims to improve challenges facing global health systems in developing countries.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 — South Asia

The Rising Global Health Crisis No One Is Talking About

Source: TakePart

torcyclists can seem invincible as they dodge and weave their way through traffic and zip down alleyways. But beyond a motorcycle’s quick and convenient capabilities is a dark story: a developing global crisis of road fatalities.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 — No Region Specified

The Female Health Company Joins the International AIDS Society's Industry Liaison Forum

Source: CNN

The Female Health Company (NASDAQ - CM: FHCO), which manufactures the world's leading female condom, today announced its corporate partnership with the International AIDS Society's Industry Liaison Forum (ILF). The Female Health Company, the only HIV prevention technology company represented in the ILF, will work alongside preeminent thought leaders, research and academic institutions, and pharmaceutical companies in setting the tone for the next generation's response to the global HIV epidemic.
Thursday, February 12, 2015 — South Asia

Activists Claim India’s Free HIV/AIDS Program Is In ‘Shambles’

Source: The Wall Street Journal

India has run out of critical supplies under its state-run HIV/AIDS program, activists say, leaving tens of thousands of infected patients without access to life-saving drugs.
Monday, February 9, 2015 — Latin America

Study to Offer Microloans to Tijuana Sex Workers

Source: U-T San Diego

A study that looks at links between poverty and high-risk behavior among Tijuana sex workers will offer loans to a group of 60 women this year. The dollar amount is small— initially about $200 per participant — and the researchers hope that the women will use the money to launch small businesses and find an additional source of income.
Thursday, February 5, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

A Failed Trial in Africa Raises Questions About How to Test H.I.V. Drugs

Source: The New York Times

The surprising failure of a large clinical trial of H.I.V.-prevention methods in Africa — and the elaborate deceptions employed by the women in it — have opened an ethical debate about how to run such studies in poor countries and have already changed the design of some that are now underway.
Thursday, February 5, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Could a $34 Smartphone Device Improve HIV Diagnosis in Africa?

Source: Reuters

A $34 device that plugs into the audio jack of a smartphone was nearly as effective as far more costly diagnostic blood testing equipment in identifying antibodies for HIV and syphilis in a pilot study in Africa, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.
Friday, January 30, 2015 — Sub-Saharan Africa

HIV Fears Rise Over Condom Shortage in States

Source: The Times of India

At least six states are facing a severe shortage of condoms distributed under the government's AIDS control programme, giving rise to a public health concern over the risk of HIV infections spreading.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 — South Asia

The Global Fund in China: Success Beyond the Numbers

Source: The Lancet

In June, 2014, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria completed its support for operations in China.1 The 10-year partnership between China and the Fund measurably improved China's management of the three diseases, but it also created benefits that extend far beyond the metrics usually used to assess public health programmes. These benefits include deeper engagement with civil society organisations, stronger public health systems, and the implementation of innovative approaches for disease management. As China celebrates these achievements, it must also devise a roadmap for continuing its record of success, now that the Fund has left.
Monday, January 26, 2015 — No Region Specified

Gates Sees 'Miracle' Tools for AIDS by 2030 in Vaccine and Drugs

Source: Reuters

Two new tools to fight AIDS should be available by 2030 in the form of a vaccine and new intense drug treatments, ending most cases of a disease that has killed millions in the past 30 years, Bill Gates said.
Monday, December 29, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Bringing HIV Labs by Backpack to Rural Africa

Source: IEEE Spectrum

When John Barber, a project manager at Daktari Diagnostics, sought to test his company’s instrument, he went to the type of place where the technology might have the most impact: a small fishing village on the shores of Lake Victoria in Uganda. He awoke at dawn on a November morning in 2013, tossed a few Daktari devices into a backpack, and, together with a team of HIV-treatment specialists, drove 2 hours to the village of Kasensero, where the first Ugandan case of HIV was reported more than 30 years ago. Driving a Jeep along dirt roads with more cows than traffic, “we were off the grid,” Barber recalls.
Tuesday, December 23, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Bringing HIV Labs by Backpack to Rural Africa

Source: Spectrum

Daktari is planning to roll out its portable CD4 tester in 2015 across sub-Saharan Africa. The Daktari device is part of a new wave of lab-in-a-backpack instruments that can bring diagnostic testing directly to patients and health workers in the developing world.
Thursday, December 18, 2014 — No Region Specified

Seven Breakthroughs That Will Transform Global Health

Source: The Guardian

Which major breakthroughs in technology have had a transformative effect on the lives of the world’s poorest? Vaccines for polio and other serious diseases; HIV anti-retrovirals; mosquito bed-nets with powerful insecticide infused into its fabric. All have transformed lives by dramatically reducing disease.
Thursday, December 18, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Home vs. Mobile Clinic-Based HIV Testing and Counseling in Rural Africa

Source: Medical Xpress

Home- and community-based HIV testing and counselling services can achieve high participation uptake in rural Africa but reach different populations within a community and should be provided depending on the groups that are being targeted, according to new research published in this week's PLOS Medicine by Niklaus Labhardt from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, and colleagues from SolidarMed, a Swiss non-governmental Organization for Health in Africa.
Friday, December 12, 2014 — No Region Specified

PRESS RELEASE: New Approach on Buying HIV Drugs Will Save $100 Million

Source: The Global Fund

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is putting into place a new agreement for purchasing HIV medication that will save close to US$100 million over two years, money that can be reinvested in lifesaving drugs and programs all over the world.
Friday, December 5, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

The AIDS-Fighting Tampon

Source: The Atlantic

An electrically charged fabric makes for a quick-dissolving delivery vessel for drugs that kill HIV.
Thursday, December 4, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

A New Technology to Support HIV Prevention

Source: PSI Impact

Trymore Chikwiriro is 29 years old, and his wife gave birth to their first child just this past October. Just like they expected, all of their nights were focused on their new baby– so the time seemed right for Trymore to undergo voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC).
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

UNITAID And PSI Partner to Expand Access to HIV Self-Testing

Source: PSI Impact

Globally, there are an estimated 19 million people who do not know they are living with HIV. Without knowledge of their status, individuals cannot access life-saving HIV care and treatment. To close this gap, UNITAID is investing $23 million to accelerate access to HIV testing through simple HIV self-tests in three high-burden African countries over the next two years. PSI and its partners will lead this initiative to dramatically shift the paradigm of HIV testing in Africa.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 — No Region Specified

Are We On the Road to an HIV Vaccine?

Source: CNN

"It only takes one virus to get through for a person to be infected," explained Dr. John Mascola. This is true of any viral infection, but in this instance, Mascola is referring to HIV and his ongoing efforts to develop a vaccine against the virus. "It's been so difficult to make an HIV/AIDS vaccine."
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

The Guy Who Delivers HIV Medicine On His Bicycle

Source: NPR

Sizwe Nzima was sitting in a clinic waiting for his grandparents' HIV medicine four years ago when he had an idea: Why not start an HIV medicine delivery service?
Thursday, November 13, 2014 — No Region Specified

Can innovation help stop children dying from pneumonia?

Source: Unicef

Pneumonia is the world’s number one cause of preventable death among children under five years old. Every year, pneumonia kills nearly one million children – more than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. What makes this number of pneumonia deaths so unfathomable is that its cure is well-known, inexpensive and widely available.
Monday, November 3, 2014 — South Asia

USAID encourages private sector participation in new healthcare program

Source: Tuoi Tre News

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) on Friday launched its Healthy Markets program, an initiative to encourage the investment of local private sector and foster growth of a commercial market, in Ho Chi Minh City.
Friday, October 24, 2014 — No Region Specified

App puts process of AIDS testing in the palm of your hand

Source: The Globe and Mail

Ask Nitika Pant Pai about her work on a new self-test for HIV/AIDS and she’ll tell you: There’s an app for that.
Friday, October 17, 2014 — No Region Specified

PRESS RELEASE: Investing in local production of medicines is a priority

Source: UNAIDS

A high-level meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland, explored how countries can improve access to medicines and develop their domestic production, with the help of public and private investment.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 — South Asia

Pharmaceutical companies, WHO help India in HIV/AIDS drug crisis

Source: Reuters

(Reuters) - Indian companies and global health groups are stepping up efforts to provide a critical medicine for the country's free HIV/AIDS drugs program after more than 150,000 patients risked going without their dosages this month.
Monday, October 6, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Malawi HIV infections down

Source: Amalawi

The Malawi Ministry of Health said new HIV infections have reduced from 52,000 to 35,000 per year.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa: Landmark HIV Diagnostic Access Program Will Save $150m

Source: AllAfrica

Roche has announced a major Global Access Program to sharply lower the price of HIV viral load tests in low- and middle-income countries
Friday, September 12, 2014 — No Region Specified

WHO to Start New Global Health Initiative For Needle Safety

Source: TIME

At the TEDMED conference in Washington, DC, Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny, assistant director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), revealed that the organization will announce its third-ever global health initiative and policy in October. The initiative this time is around needle safety
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 — South Asia

Indian-American doctor's formula gives expert AIDS care in rural areas

Source: Times of India

When AIDS first struck, patients simply died as there were no drugs to treat it. Now, drugs bring down the spread of virus but still a large section of rural India is left untreated. The reasons: High costs of treatment and travelling.
Thursday, August 7, 2014 — No Region Specified

PEPFAR and CIFF Launch $200 million Accelerating Children's HIV/AIDS Treatment Initiative (ACT) to Save Lives

Source: PEPFAR

Today, the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), in partnership with the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), launched Accelerating Children’s HIV/AIDS Treatment (ACT).
Tuesday, August 5, 2014 — No Region Specified

Circumcision cuts risk of HIV infection, experts say

Source: SciDev.Net

[MELBOURNE] Getting men to choose voluntary circumcision is seen as essential in preventing new cases of HIV infection in heterosexual men and women.
Monday, August 4, 2014 — No Region Specified

OPINION: On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa

Source: The New York Times

An AIDS fable: Once upon a time, in the years after AIDS went from being a death sentence to a manageable disease, at least for people rich enough to take antiretroviral therapy, many of the people who ran the world believed that these medicines weren’t appropriate for residents of very poor countries.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 — No Region Specified

Computing a Cure for HIV

Source: Federal Telemedicine

HIV/AIDS has caused an estimated 36 million deaths, according to the World Health Organization and remains a major health issue worldwide.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 — No Region Specified

Circumcision by rubber band? Uganda tries it

Source: ioL News

With trousers around his ankles, Justin Igalla awaits a tight rubber band for his foreskin, an innovative non-surgical technique rolling out in several African nations to encourage circumcision and cut HIV infection rates.
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 — No Region Specified

Uganda: Deeply Flawed HIV Bill Approved

Source: Human Rights Watch

The HIV Prevention and Control Act passed by the Ugandan parliament on May 13, 2014, is discriminatory and will impede the fight against AIDS, Human Rights Watch, HEALTH Global Advocacy Project, and Uganda Network on Law, Ethics & HIV/AIDS said today.
Monday, May 12, 2014 — No Region Specified

Circumcision and celebrities: scaling-up voluntary medical male circumcision

Source: impact

In Zimbabwe, an estimated 1.4 million people are living with HIV, a prevalence of 15 percent, according to UNAIDS estimates from 2012. Yet estimates today show only nine percent of males in Zimbabwe are circumcised – a low number when considering that male circumcision reduces female-to-male transmission of HIV by 60 percent.
Thursday, May 8, 2014 — No Region Specified

Selling Circumcision for HIV Prevention at the Epicenter of the Global Epidemic

Source: Huffington Post

When Zimbabwe's most famous poet and musician, Albert Nyathi, decided to get circumcised, everyone had an opinion.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 — South Asia

Bangladesh Fights Off HIV

Source: Inter Press Service News Agency

Strong political commitment, timely donor support and effective government-NGO collaboration are behind Bangladesh’s successes on this front.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 — No Region Specified

UNICEF and Global Health Partners Open Market Entry for Innovative HIV Point of Care Diagnostics

Source: UNICEF Stories

he tender is part of a UNICEF and Clinton Health Access Initiative project, funded by UNITAID, to accelerate access to high quality POC HIV diagnostic equipment in seven African countries that carry one third of the world’s HIV burden.
Friday, April 18, 2014 — No Region Specified

Development Assistance For Global Health: Is The Funding Revolution Over?

Source: Health Affairs

In many ways, the last twenty years have been somewhat of a “revolution” in global health, as marked by rising attention, growing funding, and the creation of new, large scale initiatives to address global health challenges in low and middle income countries.
Monday, April 7, 2014 — No Region Specified

Uganda police raid U.S. military AIDS clinic, order it shut

Source: Erasing 76 Crimes

Activists in Uganda report that plain-clothes police raided a U.S. military-affiliated AIDS services clinic in Kampala today, accused it of promoting homosexuality, and ordered it to close.
Friday, April 4, 2014 — No Region Specified

How IBM is Using Nanotechnology to Tackle MRSA and HIV

Source: Fast Company

While giving a talk at a conference in Australia in the mid-2000s, IBM Research's lead scientist for the advanced organic materials group, James Hedrick, had an encounter that would make him rethink his career. At one point, Hedrick--who holds more than 100 patents--took a question from a woman in the audience. It wasn't what he was expecting.
Thursday, April 3, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

South Africa to use Flavored Condoms to Tackle HIV

Source: BBC News

South Africa has some 6.4 million HIV-positive people - more than any other country.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

How Millennium Challenge Corp. Partnership Will Help PEPFAR 'go local' in South Africa

Source: Devex

The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and the U.S. Agency for International Development work together to help strengthen public health systems in South Africa by funding ARV distribution and equipment.
Friday, March 21, 2014 — No Region Specified

Malawi: Antenatal Access Key to Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

Source: All Africa

Malawi is leading the developing world in the Option B+ approach to preventing transmission of HIV from mothers to their children. Option B+ provides lifelong HIV medication to all HIV-positive pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Circumcised Men Abandoning Condoms

Source: ReliefWeb

Ernest Dhlamini of Mbabane city, Swaziland, was circumcised in 2006, to enjoy what he calls a clean life. Dhlamini says he is worried that a large number of men circumcised under current programs funded by international organizations, are now abandoning condoms and engaging in unsafe sex.
Monday, February 17, 2014 — No Region Specified

Africa Could Manufacture Its Own ARVs Drugs

Source: Spy Ghana

President John Dramani Mahama has made a strong case for African nations and other developing countries to be supported in the local manufacture of Anti Retroviral Drugs (ARV) to ensure a more affordable treatment of people living with AIDS.
Friday, February 14, 2014 — No Region Specified

UNAIDS and Lancet Commission to put forward recommendations on AIDS and global health for the post-2015 debate

Source: UNAIDS

The UNAIDS and Lancet Commission: Defeating AIDS – Advancing global health is meeting in London on the future of AIDS and global health in the post-2015 era—the recommendations will be published in The Lancet later this year.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 — No Region Specified

Africa: Narrow Funding Base 'Puts WHO Drug Programme At Risk'

Source: All Africa

The future of a WHO programme that ensures the quality of medicines for numerous global health NGOs and UN agencies is vulnerable unless more donors start funding it, health experts have warned.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014 — No Region Specified

Is high blood pressure the new HIV epidemic?

Source: Science Codex

High blood pressure could be as devastating to global health as HIV, a group of experts is warning.
Friday, January 24, 2014 — No Region Specified

Launch Of the Africa Health Forum

Source: Business Ghana

Groupe Jeune Afrique and the African Development Bank announce the launch of the AFRICA HEALTH FORUM, the first international forum focusing on the health economy in Africa, which will take place in Geneva on 16 and 17 May 2014.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 — No Region Specified

Gates Foundation forms new health partnerships in South Africa

Source: Business Day

THE Medical Research Council (MRC) and the University of Cape Town (UCT) on Tuesday announced two new partnerships with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation aimed at finding new tools to fight HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria.
Friday, January 17, 2014 — No Region Specified

Big pharma may threaten to cut South African investment in generics row

Source: Moneyweb

Global drug firms may threaten to cut their South African investments as part of a campaign against Pretoria's plans to overhaul its intellectual property laws to favour generic production, documents seen by Reuters show.
Thursday, January 16, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Better funding call for vital drug approval programme

Source: The Guardian

Without the prequalification programme of the World Health Organisation, Africa could have bad drugs or no drugs for HIV and TB, but this vital service for assessing medicine quality needs secure funds for the future, say experts
Friday, January 10, 2014 — No Region Specified

The Power of Partnership: Extraordinary Progress, Lessons Learned & Great Hope for Future in South Africa

Source: Huffington Post Impact

South Africa, with support from the United States through the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), provides more than 2.4 million of its people with antiretroviral treatment (ART) - saving countless lives, keeping families together, and increasing South Africa's overall economic productivity.
Thursday, January 9, 2014 — No Region Specified

5 ways to accelerate global health in 2014

Source: Devex

The potential offered by the wealth of information is profound. If used carefully, it could give us a better insight into the journey of disease across different regions, antibiotic resistance or the uptake of treatment.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 — No Region Specified

Viral load tests ‘could transform HIV treatment failure’

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is calling for an increased use of viral load monitoring to improve treatment outcomes of HIV patients, in its latest study on testing in Africa.
Thursday, January 2, 2014 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Kenya's Health Funding Is Still Not Enough

Source: allAfrica

In Kenya, the allocation of total government expenditure to health has been below 10 per cent since 2002.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 — No Region Specified

A Victory for Rwanda

Source: U.S. News

The African country synonymous with violence is winning the battle against disease and death.
Friday, December 13, 2013 — No Region Specified

UNITAID approves grants of over $140 million

Source: UNITAID press release

UNITAID’s Executive Board has approved over $140 million in new funding. The organisation remains committed to children living with HIV/AIDS and will continue funding treatment for almost 100,000 children in Malawi, Mozambique and Uganda. Additional investments have been targeted to further stabilize the paediatric HIV treatment market. UNITAID will also continue funding for existing projects to shape markets for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
Thursday, December 12, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

World Bank, Global Fund, Partner to Expand Results-Based Financing for Maternal and Child Health

Source: The World Bank

Specifically, this partnership will identify opportunities to enable the inclusion of HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB services in RBF projects funded by these organizations
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 — No Region Specified

Global Fund: Quash Human Rights Barriers

Source: The Global Fund

In honor of International Human Rights Day, the Global Fund made an appeal to break down all human rights barriers to health, a critical factor in the goal of defeating AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 — No Region Specified

MSF Calls for Scale-Up of "Viral Load" Monitoring to Improve HIV Treatment in Developing Countries

Source: Doctors Without Borders

Global Fund and US-gov’t PEPFAR program must use purchasing power to get better prices for viral load tests.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

African Domestic Investment in Health Grows in Zambia

Source: allAfrica

Increased trends of domestic investment in health by several African nations is highlighting efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, the Global Fund has said.
Monday, December 9, 2013 — No Region Specified

In Latest Report, Professors Propose Health Investment Framework

Source: The Harvard Crimson

A global public health report co-authored by Harvard University professor Lawrence H. Summers, School of Public Health Dean Julio Frenk, and Public Health professor Sue J. Goldie, among others, proposes an unprecedented investment framework to significantly reduce health disparities between the poorest and the wealthiest nations.
Monday, December 9, 2013 — No Region Specified

African Countries Make New Investments in Health

Source: The Global Fund

A significant trend in increased domestic investment in health by several African nations is highlighting efforts to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, combined with new contributions to the Global Fund.
Friday, December 6, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Tanzania: Home Child Delivery an HIV/Aids Risk

Source: allAfrica

When HIV positive women give birth, treatment for the newborns has to start immediately as any delay may result into the transmission of viruses from mother to child
Friday, December 6, 2013 — No Region Specified

A California nonprofit is crowdfunding its tech-enabled HIV vaccine project

Source: Fierce Vaccines

It is now 25 years since the first World AIDS Day. Although patient outcomes have improved significantly over that time, the long-sought-after vaccine remains elusive.
Friday, December 6, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Portable Device Tests for HIV With a Single Drop of Blood

Source: Health Line

Advances in T-cell analysis give hope to HIV and ovarian cancer patients.
Friday, December 6, 2013 — South Asia

What We Can Learn from How 1 Million People Died in India

Source: Slate

The Million Death Study (MDS) involves biannual in-person surveys of more than 1 million households across India. The study covers the period from 1997 to the end of 2013, and will document roughly 1 million deaths.
Thursday, December 5, 2013 — No Region Specified

To Win Fight Against AIDS, We Must First Defeat TB

Source: IIP Digital

The overlap of TB and HIV is a deadly combination with tragic consequences. TB is the leading killer of people with HIV, accounting for one in four HIV-related deaths.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Warning sign: The news on AIDS isn't all good

Source: Global Post

On World AIDS Day, an important question: Is an AIDS-free generation within reach?
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

How Africa's researchers are solving Africa's health problems

Source: The Guardian

Researchers are pioneering treatments on the continent, for health challenges unique to the continent – but despite the successes African research institutions continue to lag behind
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 — No Region Specified

Gates Foundation to Double Donation to Fight AIDS

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said he plans to nearly double his foundation’s contribution to the Geneva-based Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, to as much as $500 million.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 — No Region Specified

Study Says Health disparities "could be eliminated in a generation"

Source: Reuters

Health disparities between rich and poor nations could be banished in a generation by investment in research, vaccines and drugs to combat diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, global health experts said on Tuesday.
Monday, December 2, 2013 — No Region Specified

A Win-Win for Global Health: How to Combat AIDS and the Global Health Worker Shortage in Rwanda

Source: U.S. News

A program partnering health workers in Rwanda and the U.S. needs to continue.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 — South Asia

Red tape on grant delayed care for HIV patients, says Global Fund

Source: Live Mint

Health ministry sat on a grant offered to National AIDS Control Programme for about 18 months, leading to drug shortages
Tuesday, November 26, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa: Millions Still Waiting for Aids Revolution

Source: allAfrica

According to UNAIDS one in four people who start HIV treatment in low-and middle-income countries do so dangerously late.
Monday, November 25, 2013 — No Region Specified

Global AIDS Response - What Progress?

Source: HIV/AIDS Alliance

On Wednesday, in the run up of the World AIDS Day, UNAIDS released its 2013 report on the global epidemic
Friday, November 22, 2013 — No Region Specified

The Global Fund needs global collaboration

Source: The Hill

We should fund the Global Fund, no doubt about it. But we should ask the right questions now and initiate a change that would make a difference in development assistance.
Monday, November 11, 2013 — No Region Specified

Global Fund Board Predicts Strong Replenishment

Source: Press Release

The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria concluded its 30th meeting today with a firm endorsement of efforts leading to the Fourth Voluntary Replenishment Conference to be hosted by the United States Government in Washington D.C. on 2-3 December 2013.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Mobilium Smart Health app launched


Samsung and Mobilium Global have joined forces to distribute the Mobilium Smart Health app - a "Made For Africa" mobile health and wellness, smart device application.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Ethiopia: Global Fight Against Killer Diseases At Crossroads

Source: allAfrica

One of the greatest successes in development aid over the past decade has been the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. The Global Fund has saved millions of lives and helped countries around the world beat back three epidemic diseases. Now it is appealing to the world's governments and the private sector for another three years of funding, with governments set to decide on further financing in early December in Washington DC.
Monday, November 4, 2013 — No Region Specified

The risk with the Global Fund's new TB strategy

Source: Devex

Groups advocating for TB elimination are hailing a new Global Fund proposed strategy that could raise coverage of the disease’s treatment, but an expert warns it entails some risks.
Monday, October 28, 2013 — No Region Specified

Global Fund boss upbeat about funding future

Source: ABC Radio Australia

The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria aims to find fifteen-billion dollars by December, as part of its replenishment efforts.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 — No Region Specified

Niger and Global Fund sign €13.5 Million malaria grant

Source: Newstime Africa

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has signed a 13.5 million euro grant agreement that will intensify efforts to provide families with mosquito nets and improve the diagnosis and treatment of malaria in Niger.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013 — No Region Specified

Study shows HIV/AIDS remains a major health burden to Kenyans

Source: Africa Science News

Contrary to Kenya’s Health ministry’s position, HIV/AIDS remains a major health burden in Kenya despite numerous efforts to contain the scourge, according to a new study from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington, USA.
Thursday, August 15, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

There's a new HIV drug - but Africa will have to wait

Source: Mail & Guardian

A new drug, Tivicay, that could be vital in the struggle against HIV, might not be available to those who need it the most.
Monday, August 5, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Financial firms turn focus on people living with HIV/AIDS

Source: New Vision

Previously, people used to equate HIV/AIDS to a death sentence.
Thursday, July 11, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Kenya’s Mothers Shun Free Maternity Health Care

Source: Inter Press Service

It has been a month since the Kenyan government waived the maternity fee at public health facilities, but Millicent Awino is still one of the many expectant mothers in favour of a home birth.
Monday, July 8, 2013 — No Region Specified

Patents making new HIV/AIDS medicines 'beyond reach': MSF

Source: The China Post

New potentially life-saving HIV drugs are “beyond reach” due to restrictive patents, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said Tuesday, even though basic medication for the disease has become cheaper.
Monday, July 1, 2013 — No Region Specified

Opinion: An AIDS-free generation is within sight

Source: CNN

We've come a long way since my early days as the associate medical director of the AIDS clinic at San Francisco General Hospital in the 1980s and 1990s. By 1990, I had seen over 500 patients die from a disease that we just couldn't treat. As an infectious disease doctor, I was overcome not only by the tragic loss of life, but also by the inability to find the "magic bullet" to help prevent these deaths.
Thursday, June 27, 2013 — No Region Specified

Indian innovation for African development

Source: Devex

A catalyst for innovation: That is how the United States envisions India, a former aid recipient and now emerging donor that nevertheless still is home to millions of people living in poverty and is facing other development challenges despite its growing economy.
Monday, June 24, 2013 — No Region Specified

End of sex worker pledge in AIDS funds lifts stigma

Source: GlobalPost

US groups that work to end HIV around the world will no longer be forced to take a pledge against prostitution, after the Supreme Court ruled this week it is a violation of free speech.
Thursday, June 20, 2013 — No Region Specified

India signs loan agreement with World Bank for US$ 255 million for National AIDS Control Project-IV

Source: Business Standard

An agreement for loan of US$ 255 million (equivalent) from World Bank for the "National AIDS Control Project (NACP-IV)" was signed here today between India and the World Bank.
Monday, June 17, 2013 — South Asia

Fake & sub-standard drugs: India, China may be worst offenders

Source: The Economic Times

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has a humble disclosure to make: there is still no accurate estimate of the global scale of counterfeit medicines.
Friday, June 14, 2013 — No Region Specified

US health officials say pill can also help prevent AIDS infection in injection drug users

Source: The Washington Post

Doctors should consider giving a daily AIDS drug to another high risk group to help prevent infections — people who shoot heroin, methamphetamines or other injection drugs, U.S. health officials said Wednesday.
Friday, June 7, 2013 — No Region Specified

How AIDS Invented Global Health

Source: The New England Journal of Medicine

Over the past half-century, historians have used episodes of epidemic disease to investigate scientific, social, and cultural change.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 — No Region Specified

First non-surgical circumcision device could slow spread of AIDS in Africa, officials say

Source: Fox News

Health officials have approved a first-of-its-kind, non-surgical circumcision device hailed as a potential game-changer in the battle to forestall the spread of AIDS in Africa. Read more:
Friday, May 31, 2013 — No Region Specified

The New Idealism of International Aid

Source: The Atlantic

Developing countries are often passive recipients of international health aid. Now they'll be getting the freedom to decide what to do with it.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Behind the Revolution of Diagnosis That Led to the HIV Miracle Baby...and More

Source: Huffington Post

"It's a revolution in diagnosis which is leading to a revolution in treatment," says Philippe Douste-Blazy of UNITAID.
Thursday, January 24, 2013 — No Region Specified

Africa: Global Fund Executive Director Calls for Focused Action to Fight Infectious Disease

Source: All Africa

Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria said today that concentrated action will achieve significantly greater impact on infectious diseases that threaten maternal and child health.
Thursday, January 24, 2013 — No Region Specified

Ugandan HIV campaign targets "cheaters"

Source: Plus News

A new Ugandan HIV-prevention campaign that frankly addresses sexual infidelity is generating heated debate over the direction the country's HIV strategy should take.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 — No Region Specified

Independent evaluation validates UNITAID’s approach

Source: Express Pharma

UNITAID has established itself as a pioneering innovative financing mechanism with a successful business model to improve product markets for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis in developing countries, according to UNITAID’s first independent Five-Year Evaluation.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 — No Region Specified

Ambassador Goosby to lead new Office of Global Health Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State

Source: U.S. Department of State Blog

Ambassador Eric Goosby, who serves as U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. has been named to lead the new Office of Global Health Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 — Sub-Saharan Africa

Nigeria: Global Fund Happy With HIV, TB Treatment in Nigeria

Source: All Africa

The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, on Tuesday expressed delight at the level of care and treatment given to persons infected with HIV and tuberculosis in Nigeria.
Monday, December 3, 2012 — No Region Specified

US secretary of state launches five-point 'Blueprint' to eradicate Aids pandemic

Source: The Guardian

A five-point plan for ending the Aids pandemic has been unveiled by the US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, who said the Obama administration would focus efforts on women and girls but also the stigmatised communities most affected by HIV – drug users, sex workers and men who have sex with men. "Make no mistake about it – HIV may well be with us into the future, but the disease that it causes need not be," said Clinton at the launch of the so-called Blueprint at the state department in Washington before World Aids Day on Saturday.
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