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Bush, Abstinence Education and Global AIDS Prevention

Complete video at: Ambassador Mark Dybul, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, defends the Bush Administration's reliance on abstinence education and assistance from faith-based organizations in waging the fight against global AIDS. ----- "Global HIV/AIDS and the U.S. Government's Response: The Power of Partnerships" with Ambassador Mark Dybul. The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief is the largest commitment ever by a single nation to an international health initiative; by 2008, the program will have spent $18.3 billion on anti-retroviral treatment in 15 focus nations. Ambassador Dybul discusses the role of anti-retroviral drugs in the fight against the raging global epidemic and the partnerships that have helped almost 1 million people get treatment. -- Commonwealth Club of California Ambassador Mark R. Dybul serves as the United States Global AIDS Coordinator, leading the implementation of President Bush's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. From March to August 2006, he served as Acting U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator, and prior to that he held the positions of Deputy U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Assistant U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator.
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