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Brazil spurns US terms for Aids help
Sarah Boseley and Suzanne Goldenberg in Washington
Wednesday, May 4, 2005
The Guardian
Brazil yesterday became the first country to take a public stand against the Bush administration's massive Aids programme which is seen by many as seeking increasingly to press its anti-abortion, pro-abstinence sexual agenda on poorer countries. Campaigners applauded Brazil's rejection of $40m for its Aids programmes because it refuses to agree to a declaration condemning prostitution. The government and many Aids organisations believe such a declaration would be a serious barrier to helping sex workers protect themselves and their clients from infection.


At August 07, 2005 11:42 PM , Blogger Ndesanjo Macha said...

Asante kwa hii habari.


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