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IAPAC Monthly
Table of Contents, August 2002

IAPAC Monthly magazine

D E P A R T M E N T S

Report From the President
"JHACI: A Low-Cost, High-Impact Intervention"
By José M. Zuniga

In the Life
"Anita Rachlis"

Strength in Numbers
"IAPAC Welcomes New and Renewing Members"

"IAPAC Member Named U.S. AIDS Policy Director"

Public Policy
"Democracy Slippage Jeopardizes Human Development"

Say Anything
"What Was Said at the XIV International AIDS Conference"


"It's What Your God, of Whatever Name, Would Want You to Do ..."
In an address delivered to the African Religious Leaders Assembly on Children and HIV/AIDS in Nairobi, Kenya, the Special Envoy of United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan plead the case for a rescue mission to save Africa's children from the scourge of HIV disease.
By Stephen Lewis

Charging Forward: Leveraging a Time of Great Momentum Into Concrete Progress
5th International Conference on Healthcare Resource Allocation for HIV/AIDS
By Debrework Zewdie

TherapyEdge and IAPAC Collaborate to Improve HIV Patient Outcomes


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