Bush Discusses Faith-Based Initiatives in Weekly Radio Address
June 30, 2008
President Bush in his weekly Saturday radio address lauded the work of faith-based organizations in the U.S. and abroad, including their help in fighting HIV/AIDS and malaria worldwide, and he praised the "remarkable difference these groups have made over the past eight years," the AP/Google.com reports (AP/Google.com, 6/28).
Audio and a transcript of Bush's radio address are available online.
NPR's "Tell Me More" on Friday included a discussion with Mark Dybul, U.S. Global AIDS coordinator who administers PEPFAR, about faith-based approaches to fight HIV/AIDS globally (Martin, "Tell Me More," NPR, 6/27).
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