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‘I’m known as an activist.’ New UNAIDS leader takes charge

‘I’m known as an activist.’ New UNAIDS leader takes charge

Sience - "Earlier this month, Winnie Byanyima, a high-profile diplomat and Ugandan politician who ran the nonprofit Oxfam for the past 7 years, took over a top job in the HIV/AIDS world—where she is far from a known figure.

Byanyima now heads the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), a Geneva, Switzerland–based operation that sets the global agenda for ending the epidemic. It provides authoritative epidemiology and has offices in 70 outposts that help countries improve their treatment and prevention efforts." (Photo: World Humanitarian Summit/flickr, CC BY-ND 2.0)

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