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We must send a signal to the rest of the world that our commitment to the fight against HIV remains unwaveringHope is not such a popular word these days. As budgets are cut and belts are tightened, grand ambitions and aspirations particularly when it comes to tackling the global Aids problem have been squeezed out.Today, the talk is of efficiency, value for money and cost effectiveness which, while critically important, can to the ears of the planet's poorest sound like thinly-veiled code for imminent broken promises.Thankfully for the millions in need of HIV treatment, hope did reign when the millennium development goals (MDGs) were created, committing the world to turn the tide on the Aids pandemic by 2015 and deliver universal access to treatment by 2010. These promises made at a time when many said treating HIV across Africa couldn't be done, and when virtually no one in the developing world was on treatment were truly historic in scale.Since then, the Aids response has undergone a revolution, with over five million people receiving life-saving treatment across the world today. We have stopped millions of mothers and fathers from dying, ensuring their children do not become orphans. We have changed families and communities forever. But hope alone didn't save these lives. The reality is that serious investment, spent effectively and efficiently, has been key to producing these results. And no single initiative can hold its head as highly in this regard as the Global Fund for Aids, TB and Malaria.Set up in 2002, the Global Fund's track record of delivery is the perfect anti-dote to cynicism about development aid. Mobilising over $19bn, it has empowered over 140 countries to take the lead on mapping their own, inclusive solutions to the health crises caused by the three diseases. The organisation does not have expensive offices and staff stationed around the world. Instead, it works with the people who live in disease affected countries who care most about improving health. It focuses relentlessly on value for money, accountability and results.And what results they are. Nearly six million people are alive today thanks to the Global Fund. It has provided anti-retroviral therapy for 2.8 million people living with HIV. Over 142m cases of malaria have been treated and over 122m insecticide-treated bed nets have been distributed. The Global Fund has detected and treated 7m new cases of TB. Each year, it ensures thousands of HIV positive mothers don't transmit the virus to their babies. In 2009 alone, 345,000 pregnant women received such treatment.But so much more could and should be done. Just one third of those who need HIV treatment are getting it. With the right investment, the Global Fund could help us reach those missing out and help us achieve the health MDGs. It could end the tragedy of mothers transmitting HIV to their children by 2015, end preventable deaths from malaria in Africa, and ensure universal access to treatment for TB.Right now, many countries are applying for new funding from the Global Fund to attempt to close their treatment and prevention gaps. Uganda, for example, has submitted an application that, if funded, would virtually eliminate cases of HIV in children across the country.But these achievements will only happen if the right investment is made by our governments. That means $20bn over the next three years.This week, the Global Fund has its three year replenishment conference, when donors pledge what they will donate to cover its work from 2011 to 2013. This meeting will go a long way to determining our chances of meeting the health MDGs and, in turn, saving the lives of millions of people.I am proud that the UK has long been a vocal supporter of the Global Fund, and pleased to see the new government has endorsed its impressive results. The development budget has been laudably protected, but the scrutiny of how and where it is spent is just as strict as in any government department. That means every penny we spend on international aid is currently being reviewed a review that will last until early 2011, and makes an announcement this week of new money for the Global Fund unlikely.If this is the case, the UK must send a signal to the rest of the world that this is not a retreat from our commitment to the Global Fund. I hope the incredible contribution the Global Fund has made, and will make, to the health MDGs is rightfully praised. And I hope our promise to deliver universal access to HIV treatment, prevention and care, and to end the unnecessary suffering from Malaria and TB, is renewed.This support should be endorsed by the results of the aid spending review, leading to an increase in the UK's commitment to the Global Fund next year. The UK's fair share of the total required equates to less than 8% of the Global Fund pot 840m over the next three years.When I met with Nelson Mandela in 2003, the father of the new rainbow nation spoke in stark terms about what he called a "virtual genocide" in his country. One thousand people were dying every day from Aids. Those most at risk were that society's most vulnerable women and children. From that day, I decided to dedicate myself to making an impact upon those appalling statistics. Today, thanks to the Global Fund and others, that total has almost halved. With the right investment in the Global Fund's efficient, effective work we should hope for, and see, even better results tomorrow.Annie Lennox is the founder of the SING Campaign, which works with Comic Relief to tackle HIV. She is also a goodwill ambassador for UNAIDS, which operates as a technical adviser to Global Fund grant applicants.Aids and HIVAnnie Lennoxguardian.co.uk Guardian News & Media Limited 2010 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
Henry Rollins Talks Occupy Protests
When asked about his thoughts on Occupy Wall Street, Rollins replied “I’ve been to Occupy DC, Occupy Wall Street, and Occupy Chicago. I’m reading the signs, and I’m talking with people, and their beef, and I’m not trying to distance myself from them by saying “their thing,” but, finally, real issues are being addressed: campaign finance reform, the destruction of Glass-Steagall, bank deregulation, loopholes, the wacky high jinks of credit-default swaps, and all of that -where America got taken to the cleaners, [as did] other good people of the world. A lot of people – say, 99 percent or so – who say, “Screw this.” Finally.”
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First Look of the Badass New Superman [PIC]
I have to admit that, after Christopher Reeve, Henry Cavill is my favorite Superman. He looks absolutely badass in the the first public shot of the new movie Man of Steel. I'm excited now.
Prominent Republicans are Calling for Mix of Spending Cuts and Revenue
It may help that the Very Serious NY Times is pointing out that not every Republican thinks refusing to raise taxes is the best plan to help the economy. he boasts of Congressional Republicans about their cost-cutting victories are ringing hollow to some well-known economists, financial analysts and corporate leaders, including some Republicans, who are expressing increasing alarm over Washington’s new austerity. Among those calling for a mix of cuts and revenues are onetime standard-bearers of Republican economic philosophy like Martin Feldstein, an adviser to President Ronald Reagan, and Henry M. Paulson Jr., Treasury secretary to President George W. Bush, underscoring the deepening divide.....
DR. MEREDITH ANNE PRASSE and DR. JOSHUA DANIEL DILLEY
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Education: Ballston Spa Central School District Third-Quarter Honor Roll of 2011-12
Hughes, Joseph Irish, Lauren James, Evan Henry Johnson, Carmen Junco-Chavez, Aidan Klein, Alexandra Lay, Brandon M. Lee, Anthony James Lyon ... Alexander Klein, Olivia Anne Laime, Kristen Marie Leavitt, Noah Levesque, Joseph Vernon Luger ...
Comment on "Subclinical Hyperthyroidism and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease and Mortality"
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Anne P. Amadon
Anne P. Amadon, 94 ... A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, May 7, 2012, in the Higgins Bay Cemetery, Piseco. She will be buried next to her husband, Henry. Memorial contributions may be made to the Piseco Volunteer Ambulance Corps or ...
Commencement season is at hand across St. Louis
former Harris-Stowe State University President Henry Givens and U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson. Among the ceremonies: • Missouri Baptist University: May 1 commencement starts at 7 p.m. at the St. Charles Family Arena. • Southern Illinois ...
Friday’s Highlights: 'In Plain Sight' on USA
Annie is missing (9 p.m. KTLA). Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: This new episodes looks at the family histories of three clergy members (Angela Buchdahl; Rick Warren; Yasir Qadhi) of different faiths (9 p.m. KOCE). Jennie Garth ...
Archbishop Murphy moves on to national Hi-Q contest
Annie Dang; Maggie Nolan. Adviser: Gail Wellenstein Henry M. Jackson High School -- Yitaek Hwang; Hannah Yoo; Gina Kim; Jessica Zhuge; Monica Black; Peter Haugen; Sai Nimmagadda; Eunice Chu; Matthew Spaw; Nathan Vallejos; Chris Steckler ...
Mayo Clinic: Tool helps chest pain patients decide on tests, cuts ER costs
Megan E. Branda.; Laurie Pencille; Brent Asplin, M.D.; David Nestler, M.D.; Annie Sadosty, M.D.; Ian Stiell, M.D. and Henry Ting, M.D. Mayo Clinic is a non-profit worldwide leader in medical care, research and education for people from all walks of life.
Wal-Mart shaken by bribery probe, shares plunge
Two Democratic U.S. lawmakers, Elijah Cummings and Henry Waxman, said they were launching an investigation ... CalSTRS's director of corporate governance, Anne Sheehan, told Reuters. WALMEX RESULTS DISAPPOINT Some hedge fund managers said ...
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