PEPFAR

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Retreat from Global HIV Fight Puts U.S. Health At Risk

With news that HIV/AIDS funding is stalled, Congress should remember the AIDS epidemic and commit to funding PEPFAR

Rethinking HIV in an Aging Society

Central to supporting elderly communities is providing people living with HIV better integrated primary care

Governance

Africa’s Crisis of Trust

How vaccine inequities and geopolitical shifts have eroded Africa’s trust in U.S. aid

Governance

Inside the New Bureau of Global Health Security and Diplomacy

An interview with Ambassador-at-Large John Nkengasong

Governance

PEPFAR Reauthorization on the Horizon

What could happen if the United States’ signature initiative on global health is not reauthorized

Governance

In South Africa, Much More Than an Investment in HIV

Quarraisha Abdool Karim, UNAIDS special ambassador for adolescents and HIV, on "building one house" for health

Governance

PEPFAR in a Global Democratic Recession

At age twenty, PEPFAR's continued success depends on weathering an illiberal wave worldwide

Environment

PEPFAR Meets Climate Change

Another president's emergency plan for another global health crisis

Governance

PEPFAR's Twentieth Anniversary Might Be Its Last

Proposed changes to the mold-breaking program could break it for good

Governance

Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

It has proven to be "a good investment with astonishing results in saving lives"

Governance

The Global Fund, PEPFAR, and U.S. Foreign Policy

COVID-19 raises questions about these global health programs and U.S. national interests

Poverty

Tackling Tuberculosis with Strategic Health Diplomacy

Cutting drug prices for tuberculosis holds diplomatic, humanitarian, and economic promise

Governance

Global Health's Moment of Truth in the United States

Twenty years ago, Congress created a global health bill that changed the world and this week, they could do it again