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Editor’s Note: We will be blogging today about the House Appropriations subcommittee meeting, filing an update on funding levels for global health programs. So check back to see what happens!
Rep. Nita Lowey, center, held Neighborhood Office Hours to hear concerns of constituents. Dr. Germaine Jacquette, left, a member of IDSA and RESULTS from White Plains NY, and Inge Auerbacher, right, a TB advocate and Holocaust survivor, attended and shared concerns about global TB and HIV funding.

Rep. Nita Lowey, center, held Neighborhood Office Hours to hear concerns of constituents. Dr. Germaine Jacquette, left, a member of IDSA and RESULTS from White Plains NY, and Inge Auerbacher, right, a TB advocate and Holocaust survivor, attended and shared concerns about global TB and HIV funding.

At last week’s HIV/AIDS Implementers’ Meeting in Namibia, participants expressed deep concern about the commitment among donor nations to maintaining the momentum in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.

This week, attention will turn to the House of Representatives, where a key spending panel will divvy up the foreign aid spending pie—and the global health community will get the first real indication of how much Congress is willing to spend in FY 2010 on global AIDS as well as tuberculosis.

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