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Health GAP (Global Access Project) is a nonprofit organization campaigning for access to life-saving treatment for people with HIV worldwide.
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Els Torreele Aug 15
Clearly, we need to address the big gap between innovation and access in TB. After all, TB innovations mean little, if they cannot save lives. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Matthew Kavanagh Aug 14
Here's our piece from about what it will take to lead . In the end several amazing candidates for position, the response is lucky to have wealth in talent. Wishing brilliant success in big task ahead.
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GNP+ Aug 15
GNP+ STATEMENT ON NEW ED: “Winnie Byanyima faces an incredibly difficult task at a time when the HIV response is in a crisis.She must place the needs of the poorest + most marginalised at the start and centre, and put the last mile first. More:
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Health GAP Aug 15
Except...we can't celebrate. Not until people with TB are assured an affordable price, rapid drug registration prioritizing high-burden countries, and transparency regarding the terms of license with .
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Jamila Headley Aug 14
In the coming years, we'll need to work alongside ' new leadership and hold accountable in the fight to end the pandemic. But today, I'm gonna let it sink in that a highly qualified, black feminist leader will be the next UNAIDS ED.
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Asia Russell Aug 14
Important . The next leader must lead us to defeat the crisis. We look forward to working with and continuing to hold accountable to people living with and their communities in the race to end this epidemic.
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UNAIDS Aug 14
UNAIDS warmly welcomes the appointment of as its new Executive Director:
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Health GAP Aug 14
BREAKING: appoints African leader as its next Executive Director. Here's our hot🔥 take:
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Health GAP Aug 14
Breakthroughs like this don't come for free. Here's a wake-up call: all U.S. Presidential candidates should endorse increased funding for life-saving services + research serving the most vulnerable. Endorse the call:
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Friends of the GF Aug 13
In Fragile States, Disease Outbreaks Don’t Stay Local for Long: U.S. health aid can also promote stability, mitigate extremism, and avoid costly longer-term military interventions.
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Nicholas Wadhams Aug 12
Our story -- White House fight to cut foreign aid spending isn't dead yet.
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Health GAP Aug 12
“[M]edicines are not expensive because they are costly to produce, or because they are expensive to research and develop. Medicines are expensive because of the monopolies that patents give their manufacturers.” - & Mark Heywood
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Health GAP Aug 10
This is why we’re joining dozens of organizations, including , , , & , to call on the next US president to take the necessary action to .
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Health GAP Aug 9
“When Congress returns on September 9th, they should put rejection of these reckless development assistance cuts at the top of their to-do list.” -, 👉
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Health GAP Aug 9
Have you heard about the platform? Visit to learn more and join and the dozens of other advocacy groups in fighting for and an end to deadly pandemics such as AIDS, TB, and malaria. 🌍
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Asia Russell Aug 9
Yesterday we had a full house planning advocacy to demand the for pregnant women, for all in
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Health GAP Aug 8
The Trump administration just ordered the State Department and USAID to freeze $2-4 billion in foreign aid, including funds for , and peacekeeping. This is the definition of reckless endangerment.
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Health GAP Aug 6
ICYMI the has rated viral suppression 100% effective at preventing onward transmission. Now we must work harder than ever to ensure every person w/ has access to treatment & care to improve their health & !
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Marina S. Aug 2
Leading has never mattered more. Thank you to and others for this brilliant editorial in the
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Health GAP Aug 1
One of the most powerful takeaways from the debates was the fact that activism is starting to shape the conversations in powerful ways. The winners of the last night were organizations on the front lines, refusing to believe their ideas are "too radical" for traction.
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