Wednesday, April 05, 2006

GAO Criticizes Bush's AIDS Plan

The President's rejection of scientific and social theory in favor of religious constructionism contines to screw up US Policy... From the Washington Post - click here to read more...

The requirement that a large fraction of President Bush's global AIDS plan go to promote abstinence and fidelity is causing confusion in many countries and in a few is eroding other prevention efforts, including ones to reduce mother-to-child transmission of the virus.

Those are among the chief conclusions of an 87-page report by the Government Accountability Office that examined the most controversial aspect of the giant AIDS plan, budgeted at $15 billion over five years.

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