Author Archives: Meg Davis, Ph.D.

AIDS 2018: Debates over best use of global funds

Steadily growing rates of HIV infection in Eastern Europe and Central Asia were at the heart of a debate roiling health aid at AIDS 2018. Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: New technologies, new data, new risks

While new technologies are generating real excitement among donors, important questions of risks and ethics may be left in the shadows. Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Award to Allan Maleche, a “tireless crusader”

The second of a series of four articles for Health and Human Rights on the 2018 International AIDS Conference.  * July 23, 2018 AIDS 2018 is honoring human rights advocates and acknowledging their work is becoming ever more challenging in many … Continue reading

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AIDS 2018: Warnings of a resurgent pandemic

The first of four blogs on AIDS 2018 for the Health and Human Rights journal. Continue reading

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“Everyone Said No”: Key Populations and Biometrics in Kenya

Hands off our fingerprints! A case study of key populations’ advocacy for privacy rights in Kenya. Continue reading

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Key populations: Lost in the data desert

Out of 58 upper-middle-income countries, 17 are data deserts with no HIV data for key populations. Continue reading

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A taste of Mexico City

A tasting menu from ten days in Distrito Federal. Continue reading

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Remembering Riyadh

Thinking of the Riyadh International Humanitarian Forum, in light of recent arrests of Saudi women’s rights activists. Continue reading

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What works to respond to sexual violence?

Gaps in M&E among humanitarian organizations. Continue reading

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Changes to the Global Fund Eligibility Policy: An overview

An overview for civil society on proposed changes to the Global Fund’s eligibility policy. Continue reading

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