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1 October 2003
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Auteur: Amnesty International, Oxfam and the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA)

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Article
29 September 2003
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Auteur: Barbara Crossette, UN Wire

Outside Africa, advocates for a concerted effort to roll back HIV/AIDS have at times appeared to be concentrating more on attacking large pharmaceutical companies (however deserving the targets may be) than on pushing the industrial nations to put an...

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Article
16 September 2003
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Auteur: John Thawite, New Vision [Uganda]

Most children in Kasese district have abandoned school to work on cotton-farms and markets in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Article
1 September 2003
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Auteur: Oxfam

The IMF needs to radically change the way it works in low income countries. It must finally move on from an outdated focus on exclusively short-term macro-stability and pessimism about aid to one based on long-term poverty needs and the MDGs ...

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Article
14 August 2003
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Auteur: Reuters

Independent power producer AES Corp. yesterday said it has pulled out of a World Bank-sponsored dam project in Uganda, raising questions about the future of the controversial plan. Environmentalists say the Bujagali dam would create a socially and...

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  • Entreprises concernées: AES
Article
4 August 2003
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Auteur: U.N. Integrated Regional Information Networks

South Africa's Medicines Control Council is investigating the clinical trials of nevirapine in Uganda, after procedural flaws led to drug company Boehringer-Ingelheim withdrawing an application to have it approved in the United States.

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Article
17 July 2003
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Auteur: Geoff Dyer, Financial Times

The German pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim said recently that only Uganda and Botswana have accepted its offer of free supplies of nevirapine, the drug used to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission. The low take-up of Boehringer's offer...

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Article
16 July 2003
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Auteur: Sarah Boseley, Guardian [UK]

Some of the $15bn (£9.4bn) announced by President George Bush to save the lives of people with Aids in poor countries could be spent on cheap copycat generic medicines that the giant US-based drug companies brand as "pirates", his advisers revealed...

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Article
10 June 2003
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Auteur: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Of the 37 listed countries, the survey details almost 200 unionists who suffered physical violence in 2002, three of whom lost their lives. There were 125 victims in Zimbabwe alone, which always tops the table of anti-union repression in Africa.

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6 June 2003
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Auteur: Rainer Chr. Hennig, afrol News

The news of Veidekke and Skanska pulling out of Bujagali has been received well in a large number of organisations worldwide, condemning the project for environmental, economic or other ethic reasons...Veidekke and Skanska were part of the three-member...

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