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    283532

    Consultative meeting on "Accelerating an AIDS Vaccine for Developing Countries: Issues and Options for the World Bank", Paris, April 13, 1999.

    World Bank. AIDS Vaccine Task Force

    [Unpublished] 1999. 7 p.

    The World Bank’s AIDS Vaccine Task Force sponsored a meeting at the World Bank European office in Paris on Tuesday, April 13, 1999, to consult with key shareholders, bilateral and multilateral donors, and representatives from developing countries on ways that the World Bank could accelerate the development of an AIDS vaccine that would be effective and affordable in developing countries. The 32 participants included representatives from the North and South, from AIDS control programs, foreign affairs ministries, and ministries of finance, both technical experts and policy makers. An issues paper, “Accelerating an AIDS vaccine for developing countries: Issues and options for the World Bank”, served as background for the meeting. (excerpt)
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    283531

    Consultative meeting on: "Accelerating an AIDS vaccine for developing countries: issues and options for the World Bank", Regent Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, Monday, May 24, 1999. Report.

    World Bank. AIDS Vaccine Task Force

    [Unpublished] 1999 Jun 29. 10 p.

    The World Bank’s AIDS Vaccine Task Force sponsored a meeting in Bangkok at the Regent Hotel on Monday, May 24, to consult with key Thai policymakers on ways that the World Bank could accelerate the development of an AIDS vaccine that is effective and affordable in developing countries. The 26 participants included representatives from the Ministry of Public Health, the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB), the Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and private vaccine industry. On Tuesday, May 25, briefings were held for UN agencies and for non-governmental organizations. An issues paper, “Accelerating an AIDS vaccine for developing countries: Issues and options for the World Bank”, served as background for the meeting. (excerpt)
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    283529

    Accelerating an AIDS vaccine for developing countries: issues and options for the World Bank. Revised draft.

    Ainsworth M; Batson A; Rosenhouse S

    [Unpublished] 1999 Jul 8. 18 p.

    This paper reviews what the AIDS Vaccine Task Force has learned to date about the nature of the problem of under-investment in an HIV/AIDS vaccine for developing countries, and summarizes some of the approaches under consideration. Its objective is to launch a discussion within the World Bank, and – critically – with its bilateral, multilateral, and developing country partners, on the best course of action for the institution, given its mandate, its comparative advantages in relation to the other agencies involved in the international effort, and the likely effectiveness of alternative measures for accelerating the development of an HIV/AIDS vaccine for developing countries. (excerpt)
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