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Posted on: 26 July 2012
Photo of the Week
At a session called ‘Meet the Leaders,’ General Manager Gabriel Jaramillo and other senior executives of the Global Fund answer questions from delegates about the role of civil society in grants to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. Mr Jaramillo described the essential role of civil society in reaching specific populations that needed treatment for AIDS, and explained how a new funding model being designed this year for Global Fund grants will be even better able to ensure that the needs of all populations are being met.
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At Chirundu Mission Hospital in Zambia, a drama performance vividly illustrates the dangers of malaria to mother and child. This antenatal education program also stresses the importance of sleeping under a mosquito net to prevent infection.
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