Health Diplomacy Bulletin #25: Former PEPFAR Director Dybul Calls for Doubling-Down on Commitment to Fight HIV/AIDS as Country Partners Take More Resonsibility for Funding

In a wide-ranging interview with Global Health Diplomacy, Mark Dybul, the physician who headed both PEPFAR and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria said that the struggle against HIV/AIDS is at a critical stage: “Now is the time to double-down and see it...

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Health Diplomacy Bulletin #22

November 30, 2018 Issue No. 22 As AIDS Day Approaches, House and Senate Pass PEPFAR Reauthorization With a bill that is short and sweet, the House and Senate voted to reauthorize PEPFAR through 2023. Vice President Pence gives PEPFAR a ringing endorsement. As a Dec. 7...

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Health Diplomacy Bulletin 20

Issue No. 20 Meeting the Challenges to Global Health: From China to Africa to Capitol Hill  China pushes ahead with development strategy in Africa, holding its third summit for African government chiefs in Beijing. First Lady Peng hosts first spouses in an HIV/AIDS forum. A key USAID...

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The Conference on Strategic Health Diplomacy

Today the Bipartisan Policy Center hosted the Conference on Strategic Health Diplomacy at the Newseum in Washington, DC. The Conference launched the BPC's report The Case for Strategic Health Diplomacy: A Study of PEPFAR (The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), which was co-authored by former Senate...

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Harvard Kennedy School’s Future of Diplomacy panel discussion

On Monday, October 19th the Harvard Kennedy School's Future of Diplomacy Project hosted a panel discussion highlighting Strategic Health Diplomacy. Moderated by Ambassador Nicholas Burns, leader of the Future of Diplomacy Project at HKS and former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, participants in...

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