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The science of improving lives.
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In Malawi, our DREAMS project takes an #IntegratedDev approach to reduce HIV incidence among adolescent girls: http://bit.ly/2nMLqzU

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We are proud to work with Phandeeyar & USAID on the Innovation Marketplace for technology & civil society in #Myanmar: http://bit.ly/2mzMgAc

Thanks to Forbes for highlighting this work!

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Today is #WorldTBDay! Since 2013, our China Tuberculosis Clinical Trials Consortium has worked to develop a TB clinical trials research platform that meets international standards and is thus able to enroll participants in global, multicenter studies designed to address major gaps in TB knowledge: http://bit.ly/2nJvpdX

#endTB #tuberculosis

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In Akwa Ibom, #Nigeria, our USAID-funded SIDHAS project is set to begin the state's first-ever survey of HIV and AIDS to fill in data gaps: http://bit.ly/2mUIhKz

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Did you miss the Facebook live with IAS 2017 conference co-chairs Linda-Gail Bekker and Jean-François Delfraissy? Watch it here: http://bit.ly/2mVGmW8 #IAS2017

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Today at 17:00 CET/12:00 EDT, tune in for the first #IAS2017 Access Facebook Live with Linda-Gail Bekker and Jean-François Delfraissy: http://bit.ly/2nkzMLV

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We believe that the creation of an evidence base for #IntegratedDev is a critical success factor for the future of global development. Our CEO, Patrick Fine, discusses our work with @Aidpreneur on the latest Terms of Reference podcast: http://bit.ly/2lCGBrh

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"The world’s population living in rural areas shifted from 66% to 46% over the past 55 years, and by 2030, will decrease to 40%."

Rural communities: A hotspot for sustainable development: http://bit.ly/2l2YsXC via United Nations Development Programme.

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"With concerted response, Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have successfully controlled one of the world’s largest and most challenging outbreaks of yellow fever"- via the United Nations health agency. http://bit.ly/2lfHUdE

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Learn more about Integrated development, Scale+, and Succeed 2020 in our February newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cCb9gz
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