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GLOBAL: Economic downturn puts treatment of millions at risk
29 April 2009 (IRIN ), After months of speculation about how the global economic downturn might affect HIV/AIDS programmes, a new World Bank report details the projected aftermath of the crisis and how it could place the treatment of more than 1.7 million at risk by year's end.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84171/GLOBAL-Economic-downturn-puts-treatment-of-millions-at-risk
GLOBAL: “Barcoding” DNA to identify menacing mosquitoes
29 April 2009 (IRIN ), For years scientists have examined DNA fragments of animals and insects for biodiversity preservation, but researchers from the University of Ghana for the first time are using DNA “barcoding” – examining a small fraction of an organism’s DNA sequence – for disease control.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84170/GLOBAL-Barcoding-DNA-to-identify-menacing-mosquitoes
GLOBAL: When malaria rapid tests fail
25 April 2009 (IRIN ), World Health Organization (WHO) and the non-profit Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND) have released the largest, independent laboratory evaluation of malaria rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) for World Malaria Day, which shows that while some tests accurately detect even slight traces of malaria in tropical temperatures, others give false results, missing potentially life-saving diagnoses.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84110/GLOBAL-When-malaria-rapid-tests-fail
WEST AFRICA: Combating world's lowest literacy rates
22 April 2009 (IRIN ), Illiteracy rates in West Africa are the highest in the world, cramping development and weakening citizens’ power to effect socio-economic and political change, say education agencies, who are calling on governments and donors to step up literacy and education efforts.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84052/WEST-AFRICA-Combating-world-s-lowest-literacy-rates
GLOBAL: Less money for more work – the NGO double whammy
21 April 2009 (IRIN ), Non-profit organisations and NGOs are laying off staff and cutting back aid programmes as the global recession bites, and the prospects for 2010 also look bleak.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84023/GLOBAL-Less-money-for-more-work-the-NGO-double-whammy
AFRICA: Migrants and meningitis – a moving threat
21 April 2009 (IRIN ), Health workers in northern Niger, a popular crossing for sub-Saharan migrants travelling to northern Africa and beyond, have reported an increase in migrants hospitalised for meningitis at the state’s regional hospital.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/84037/AFRICA-Migrants-and-meningitis-a-moving-threat
GLOBAL: Real men don’t cry – or do they?
20 April 2009 (IRIN ), Men don't cry. Men take risks. Men don't ask for help. Men are strong. Men have many sexual partners. These stereotypes of masculinity are contributing to the spread of HIV throughout the world, experts warned at a recent symposium on men and boys.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/83991/GLOBAL-Real-men-don-t-cry-or-do-they
In Brief: No trials for African heads of state
16 April 2009 (IRIN ), Alleged war criminals, including heads of states, cannot be targeted by the newly created African Court of Justice and Human Rights, which once functional will become the legal arm of the African Union.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/83955/In-Brief-No-trials-for-African-heads-of-state
In Brief: United States approves rapid avian flu test
10 April 2009 (IRIN ), The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a test that can detect the deadly H5N1 virus in humans through throat or nose swabs in 40 minutes. Current laboratory analyses that detect the avian flu strain can take up to four hours for confirmation.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/83894/In-Brief-United-States-approves-rapid-avian-flu-test
GLOBAL: Money a key element in Bonn adaptation talks
8 April 2009 (IRIN ), At the first round of climate change talks in Bonn, Germany, a delegate from the Philippines noted that the Christmas bonus of a Wall Street banker was higher than the amount of money allocated to the Least Developed Countries Fund (LDCF).
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/83856/GLOBAL-Money-a-key-element-in-Bonn-adaptation-talks

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