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How a Trump order on abortion could hurt the fight against AIDS in Africa


How a Trump order on abortion could hurt the fight against AIDS in Africa
Washington Post

NAIROBI — A Trump administration order took effect this week barring U.S. aid for global health organizations that discuss or provide referrals for abortion. But the new policy put another program in the crosshairs: America's global HIV/AIDS effort

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