Poorest Countries and Civil Society Secure Progress in Extending

Poorest Countries and Civil Society Secure Progress in Extending

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(Washington, D.C. and Kampala, Uganda) AIDS and human rights activists
today applauded the coalition of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) who
stood together to win a partial victory at the World Trade
Organization that will help extend affordable access to health,
education, and climate technologies for the world’s most impoverished
people.