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News Briefing: In the Time of AIDS, A Nonstop Crusader

By Kate Golden on August 11, 2008No Comment
  • Caryl M. Stern, C.E.O. of Unicef, talks about fundraising in a difficult fiscal year.  [New York Times]
  • Helene Gayle, head of CARE, is part of an elite class of international decision makers who are shaping what the next 25 years of AIDS relief work might look like.  [Washington Post]
  • Victor Pinchuk is engaged in a level of philanthropy unparalleled in Ukraine.  [New York Times]
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