Published in AIDS Weekly and Law, March 18th, 2004
The plan, which Bush first announced during his 2003 State of the Union address, describes itself as "the boldest international health initiative every undertaken by a single country."
But critics said they were disappointed and described the plan's funding process as marked by continuous delays.
The plan targets $9 billion in new funding to speed up prevention, treatment and care services in 14 of the most affected countries representing at least 50% of HIV...
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