Official development assistance

UK aid bill up for vote on Monday

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By Jenny Lei Ravelo

Aid groups' long battle to get the U.K. government to enshrine its 0.7 percent aid spending into law may finally be coming to a close.


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Official development assistance

UK aid bill up for vote on Monday

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Aid groups' long battle to get the U.K. government to enshrine its 0.7 percent aid spending into law may finally be coming to a close.

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Ending AIDS will not happen unless women have new options to use to keep themselves healthy and safe, International Partnership for Microbicides CEO Zeda F. Rosenberg and Microbicide Trials Network Principal Investigator Sharon Hillier argue in this exclusive commentary.

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