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Leadership and Opportunity in Africa
President Bush meets with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda at the White House Tuesday, June 10, 2003. The Leaders renewed U.S. - Uganda cooperation on the global war on terrorism, regional stability and HIV/AIDS. The Ugandan HIV/AIDS approach serves as the model for the President.s Emergency HIV/AIDS plan for prevention. The U.S. is the largest bilateral donor of HIV/AIDS assistance, providing half of all international HIV/AIDS funding in 2002 in over 50 countries. The President signed the HIV/AIDS Bill into law May 27, 2003, launching an emergency effort that will provide $15 billion over the next five years to fight AIDS abroad. This is the largest, single commitment in history for an international public health initiative involving a specific disease.

President Bush's Africa Policy Accomplishments and Initiatives Overview (pdf)

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