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"What Are the Prospects for Healthy Lives for Those in the Developing World Today, and Do They Matter to Us?" The Daily Star HEADLINE: Speaker coming to 'Wick will discuss health issues in developing world ONEONTA, NEW YORK (JANUARY 21, 2005) — Dr.

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN (MARCH 16, 2005) — The USAID-funded REACH Grant Program for delivery of the Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) in Afghanistan has announced a third round of awards totaling $5,535,650.

KANKAN, GUINEA  — A girls' soccer program in Upper Guinea promoting prevention of HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies proved so successful that UNICEF and the country's Ministry of Youth decided to replicate the program for young adults in Middle Guinea. The soccer program was developed by the PRISM project as part of its strategy to reach youth with messages designed to prevent HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STI), and unwanted pregnancies.

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