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Tuesday, August 08, 2006 

Global HIV/AIDS and the Developing World, by the CGD

Not so long ago, I read a descriptive brief by the CGD (Center for Global Development) about the impacts of AIDS on developing countries that awakened some issues in my mind.

And in fact, as I was lurking through the analyses highlighted in this document, I couldn’t stop thinking of the numerous challenges linked with global development and poverty reduction, where these two components have been parts of growing and increasing unbalances between rich and poor countries, and mostly the needs to work toward appropriate mechanisms to strengthen development assistance.

As a matter of fact, the problematique liaised with the spread of this pandemic can also be viewed in parallel to the current outlook of economic policies, and the nature of the global strategies to address development, inequalities and their outcomes in terms of human development.

For developing nations, the current archetypes that move the process of global development tend to reinforce these predicaments by weighing heavily upon the nature of their national policies, as to build capacities to tackle economic growth with appropriate and balanced measures for living conditions.

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