DevexThe 'end of AIDS' is not even nearly in sight, experts warn

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Leading experts warn against complacency in the fight against HIV and AIDS, as new data published ahead of the 22nd International AIDS Conference next week shows minimal progress.


DevexIn South Africa, ATM pharmacies help fill a massive shortfall

South Africa needs about 12,000 pharmacists to fulfill the international standard of 50 pharmacists per 100,000 people, but the government has struggled to attract the necessary numbers. To combat long waiting times for patients, the country is now trialing a new type of pharmacy.


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DevexUnderstanding opportunities with ACIAR

As part of their strategy to improve public visibility, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research is looking to increase its base of partners. ACIAR’s Chief Scientist Daniel Walker sat down to discuss the types of projects they want to support and what they look for in partners.


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DevexUnderstanding opportunities with ACIAR

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As part of their strategy to improve public visibility, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research is looking to increase its base of partners. ACIAR’s Chief Scientist Daniel Walker sat down to discuss the types of projects they want to support and what they look for in partners.

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DevexIn South Africa, ATM pharmacies help fill a massive shortfall

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South Africa needs about 12,000 pharmacists to fulfill the international standard of 50 pharmacists per 100,000 people, but the government has struggled to attract the necessary numbers. To combat long waiting times for patients, the country is now trialing a new type of pharmacy.

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