Clinton defends STATE DEPT. Budget requests before House panel In her testimony prior to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Tuesday about President Barack Obama’s FY12 budget request, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also defended the State Department’s FY11 budget demand, Bloomberg reports.S customer report . National protection, and U.S. Programs in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq would see sharp reductions if the proposed cuts are passed. Clinton used the hearing to warn lawmakers against the impulse to withdraw from global engagement, based on the news program.S.
AmfAR is usually sponsoring a symposium on sexual violence and HIV/AIDS among women at the 3rd International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment in Rio de Janeiro on July 25, 2005. The Issue Brief is on amfAR’s website. Related StoriesNew computer model predicts degrees of HIV care engagementRutgers College of Nursing takes lead in $6 million nationwide effort to prevent new HIV infectionsDespite decreased HIV/Helps deaths, disease still persists in South AfricaIn remarks produced the other day in South Africa, First Lady Laura Bush remarked that ending domestic violence, rape, and sexual misuse were necessary to fighting the spread of HIV/Helps. In Rwanda, more than 70 % of the quarter of a million females raped through the 1994 genocide who are alive today are HIV-positive.