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From the Field in Zimbabwe: Unexpectedly HIV-Free

Through USAID and partners’ efforts, the percentage of babies born HIV-positive has decreased significantly in Zimbabwe. Read more >>

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Demographic and Health Survey Show Positive Results in Haiti

A newly released nationwide health survey of Haiti shows continuing positive trends on key health-care indicators in particular those of Haitian women and children. Read more >>

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A Roadside Attraction in Djibouti: Community and Condoms at the SafeTStop

A center for recreation and HIV education in Ethiopia, called”SafeTStop,” features testing and treatment on the premises. Read more >>

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Angola Embraces New WHO Guidelines That Pave Way for Universal HIV Treatment for Pregnant Women

USAID Angola embraces new WHO guidelines that provide an option for universal, lifelong treatment of pregnant mothers who test HIV-positive. Read more >>

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USAID’s Employee HIV Testing Campaign

In honor of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, USAID offered free HIV screening to all USAID employees. Read more >>

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Introducing SILCS: It’s Not Your Mother’s Diaphragm

PATH, in collaboration with CONRAD and funded by USAID, designed the one-size-fits-most SILCS Diaphragm to increase access to contraception for women in low-resource settings. Read more >>

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A Promise Renewed: A Great Global Ambition and Every Father’s Dream

We have an unprecedented opportunity to virtually end preventable child death. Read more >>

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Health Education in Malawi: Helping Create Safer Advancing Behaviors

The goal of BRIDGE is lasting, positive change that not only prevents new HIV infections, but also strengthens the ability of Malawi’s communities to care for and protect themselves. Read more >>

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PEPFAR: Ten Years of Saving Millions of Lives

Ten years ago today, the United States Congress, in a remarkable display of compassion and bipartisanship, passed overwhelmingly legislation that established an historic and transforming global health program now known as PEPFAR — the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.

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Remembering and Learning from Those We Have Lost to AIDS

This year in Dushanbe, the International AIDS Memorial Day ceremony was conducted, marking a growing acceptance by front-line health care workers of the key populations at higher risk who come to their facility for services. Read more >>

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