EGPAF in the News

Perspectives on how implementation science can improve global health

Degrees - Fhi 360 | September 19, 2014

Knowledge Crucial in Preventing Mother-to-Child HIV/Aids Transmission

Daily News | September 12, 2014

INSIGHT: Charles Lyons – President & CEO, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

m/Oppenheim TV | September 11, 2014

SD rolling out PMTCT Option B+

Swazi Observer | September 3, 2014

Top 20 HIV/AIDS Charities of 2014

About Health | September 2, 2014

Aaron Paul, Ryan Murphy Shed Light On Good Causes During Emmy Speeches

Variety | August 26, 2014

The Emmys 2014: Television is Still in its Awkward Stage

The New Yorker | August 26, 2014

The One Political Moment From The Emmys

Think Progress | August 26, 2014

‘Normal Heart’ cast and crew salute Larry Kramer

Page Six | August 25, 2014

The Weakest Link of HIV Prevention in Africa - Contraception

Inter Press Service (IPS) | August 14, 2014

On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa

The New York Times - The Opinionator, Fixes | August 1, 2014

500 days: Make them count

Devex | July 31, 2014

HIV fight: Ibanda recruits ‘male champions’ campaign

Daily Monitor | July 23, 2014

Caring for Kenya’s HIV orphans

BBC News Africa | July 21, 2014

Grief over Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, support for those left behind

CNN.com International | July 18, 2014

Africa 54: EGPAF’s Jeff Safrit Interviewed on New UNAIDS Report

Voice of America (VOA) | July 17, 2014

Mother-child HIV infection ‘still high’

The Citizen | July 15, 2014

Baby Once Thought to Be Cured of HIV Found to Have Virus

Bloomberg | July 11, 2014

HIV Has Reappeared in the Mississippi Baby Who Was Supposedly Cured of The Disease

Smithsonian.com | July 11, 2014

HIV specialists take stock after virus reappears in ‘cured’ girl

The Guardian | July 11, 2014

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