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The ONE Campaign released the following statement responding to news that the World Bank’s executive board has selected Ajay Banga as the next President of the World Bank Group.
More than 80 faith and community leaders from all 50 states and across faith traditions are calling on Congress to reauthorize the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
In 2003, before PEPFAR was created, nearly 30 million Africans – many of them children – were infected with HIV.
Today, the World Bank’s Development Committee formally agreed on a package to boost lending capacity, enabling the Bank to make more of the funds it has on hand.
G20 Finance Ministers meeting in India this week have an increasingly full plate to deal with but will struggle to make progress in discussions around rebuilding Ukraine
The ONE Campaign released the following statement in response to President Biden’s State of the Union address, during which he lauded the bipartisan effort through PEPFAR to make historic progress in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
Saturday, January 28, marks 20 years since President George W. Bush announced plans for a historic HIV/AIDS initiative
The ONE Campaign released the following statement today in response to remarks made by US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen during a visit to Dakar, Senegal, the first stop on her two-week, three-country trip to Africa.
The ONE Campaign released the following statement in response to the Biden Administration’s announcement of new commitments during the US-Africa Leaders Summit.
The US-Africa Leaders Summit hosted by President Biden next week is the administration’s first opportunity to set America’s strategy for and with Africa.
The ONE Campaign released the following statement upon the passing of Mike Gerson, Washington Post columnist and former Bush Administration chief speechwriter.
This week, a group of faith leaders from 25 states will head to Capitol Hill to generate support for programs that help low-income countries fight the growing food, health, and economic crises.