Author Archives: Tyler

“The Silent Partner” Premieres in Nairobi, Kenya

The world premiere of “The Silent Partner: HIV in Marriage” in Nairobi, Kenya yesterday drew a crowd of 131 attendees, plus 39 members of the media. The event was held in a lovely room in the City Centre’s Nairobi Hilton, … Continue reading »

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Weighing the Evidence: Prioritizing Prevention in the Fight Ahead

Does HIV/AIDS still require an exceptional response? That question framed the interactive discussion hosted by the Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention at the International AIDS Conference.     Mitchell Warren (AVAC) launched the dialogue by quoting Richard Horton (The Lancet): “In 2031 … Continue reading »

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Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention

PAI is a founding member of the Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention. As the eyes of the public health community turn toward Mexico City, Mexico, for the XVII International AIDS Conference, HIV prevention will once again take center stage. The Caucus … Continue reading »

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More Leaders Agree: Population is a Critical Humanitarian Issue

Several PAI staff attended the U.S. Global Leadership Campaign annual Tribute Dinner yesterday evening, where Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates was honored for his “leadership in support of the U.S. International Affairs Budget.”  Surprisingly, in his remarks, Secretary Gates mentioned … Continue reading »

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PEPFAR in the News

Yesterday the House Foreign Affairs Committee approved a bill to reauthorize the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Now the bill will move to the House floor — as soon as next week. In the meantime, check out these … Continue reading »

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Berlin 3: “A Wake Up Call for Germany”

Introduction: Staff from Population Action International are presenting “The Shape of Things to Come: Why Age Structure Matters to a Safer, More Equitable World” at several events in Europe.  Join Tyler LePard, PAI’s Media Manager, for an inside look! After … Continue reading »

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Berlin 2: “Ich bin ein Berliner.”

Introduction: Staff from Population Action International are presenting “The Shape of Things to Come: Why Age Structure Matters to a Safer, More Equitable World” at several events in Europe. Join Tyler LePard, PAI’s Media Manager, for an inside look! On … Continue reading »

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Berlin 1: Trains, Taxis and Bicycles — From the Netherlands to Germany

Introduction: Staff from Population Action International are presenting “The Shape of Things to Come: Why Age Structure Matters to a Safer, More Equitable World” ” at several events in Europe. Join Tyler LePard, PAI’s Media Manager, for an inside look! … Continue reading »

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The Peace Palace

Our first stop on the European tour was The Netherlands.  We were invited by the World Population Fund to present “The Shape of Things to Come.”  Amy Coen, Claudia Kennedy, Tod Preston, Liz Leahy and I arrived in The Hague … Continue reading »

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Screening of “Fighting the Silence” at the Dutch Foreign Ministry

Introduction: Staff from Population Action International are presenting “The Shape of Things to Come: Why Age Structure Matters to a Safer, More Equitable World” at several events in Europe.  Join Tyler LePard, PAI’s Media Manager, for an inside look!  Our … Continue reading »

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