In celebration of Women’s History month, USAID interviews Christa Hasenkopf, NSF International Research Fellow, who has been working on mitigating air pollution in Mongolia.
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Guest blogger Joanna Breitstein is the Director of Communications at the TB Alliance. At an event heralding the launch of a new clinical trial that tests tuberculosis drugs in combination, Robert Clay, Deputy Assistant Administrator in USAID’s Global Health Bureau, said that he wants researchers and those who oversee programs in countries to work more closely […]
USAID’s health research strategy (PDF) includes assessing health conditions in developing countries and developing, testing, adapting, and introducing appropriate products and interventions within the context of strengthening local health systems. See that strategy in action in this new video from Global Health Technologies Coalition about our health research and development work in Kenya. Watch this video on YouTube.
Having worked in the HIV/AIDS realm for many years, I’ve gotten my share of questions on when I think an effective vaccine will finally be discovered and the world will bear witness to an AIDS free generation. Some wonder why, after 30 years, our path towards finding a cure for HIV—a virus that has taken […]
USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah is in Afghanistan and Pakistan to meet with USAID mission personnel, visit USAID projects and attend the Pakistan Strategic Dialogue and the Kabul Conference with Secretary Clinton. The Conference will reinforce the commitment of the Government of Afghanistan and the international community to work together to realize the goal of full […]