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The evaluations of AFXB efforts in Colombia, Brazil, Uganda and Rwanda will be released at a satellite session on "Rights and Costs: Advocacy and Sustainable Development for Children, Families, and Communities Living with HIV/AIDS" on July 14, 2004, 18:00 - 20:00 in room EC 5.
AFXB is presenting jointly with the Global Business Coalition a poster presentation on business sector involvement with AIDS orphans and vulnerable children that illustrates the actions taken by business leaders for these children and what can be done in firms and in communities by businesses.
AFXB Celebrates 15 Years of Work in International Health and Human Rights
A delegation of 33 AFXB staff members from 15 countries, including managers from all four featured programs, will be in Bangkok for satellite programs, poster presentations, and to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of AFXB.
Also, on July 12, 2004, Albina du Boisrouvray, AFXB founder and president, will receive the prestigious Thai Komol Keemthong Foundation Award.
Based on his scientific expertise, on his own research in Uganda and India and on the experience with the AFXB programs worldwide, Neil Monk identifies 3 groups of children that are excluded from the common enumeration procedures:
The previous day in an extraordinary action, the Speaker of the New York City Council, a body co-equal with the Mayor of the City, Gifford Miller, declared May 8, 2002, AIDS Orphans Day in the city, and presented du Boisrouvray with a Declaration praising her and AFXB for the outstanding work acccomplished by them for AIDS orphans and the most disadvantaged children.