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The Global Fund / Alexia Webster
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    Making Community Systems the Bedrock of Global Health Investments

    30 March 2017

    A woman in Ethiopia receives training to provide basic health services and information in her community, where there is no clinic. She is one of nearly 40,000 – an army of women saving lives across the countryside.
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    Drug-resistant TB: A Growing Global Health Threat

    29 March 2017

    Emerging superbugs that can resist even the most powerful antibiotics and medical treatments present one of the biggest global health threats in history - By Jon Lomøy and Mark Dybul
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    A (RED) iPhone 7

    23 March 2017

    Apple announced a special edition iPhone 7, with a vibrant red aluminum finish, a crowning achievement in Apple’s partnership with (RED). Every purchase of this special edition (PRODUCT) RED iPhone – available starting on 24 March – means a contribution to the Global Fund.
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    Q&A: Lucica Ditiu and Mohammed Yassin on Millions of Missing TB Patients

    21 March 2017

    For World TB Day 2017, we asked Dr. Lucica Ditiu, Executive Director of the Stop TB Partnership, and Dr. Mohammed Yassin, Senior Disease Advisor for TB at the Global Fund, questions about current efforts to combat TB and the crisis of millions of missing cases worldwide.
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    To End HIV Epidemic, Listen to the Youth

    08 March 2017

    I grew up in Africa in the ’90s, a period now often called the continent’s lost decade. It is a decade that many Africans associate with tanking economies, civil strife, senseless slaughter, and devastating epidemics.
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    Rebuilding Health Care in the Shadow of Ebola

    20 February 2017

    Sierra Leone, a low-income country, was recovering from the effects of a civil war when the Ebola virus erupted in 2014. The disease decimated communities and devastated the country’s already fragile health infrastructure.
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