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  • Parts of West Africa are in crisis mode as the Ebola virus spreads through neighborhoods and countries. Like us in Wisconsin, the people most impacted by Ebola value their loved ones’ health and want to live in safe communities. The 2,811 deaths and 55% mortality rate have led the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) […]

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  • In solidarity with our fellow Sierra Leoneans suffering from the Ebola pandemic, MILAWA welcomes you to donate much needed medical supplies during our 6th Anniversary Gala.  You are invited to join us for an evening of exquisite African food, great dance music and good company for the purpose of helping those in need in West […]

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  • Barcelona — South Africa is the only country in the world where a large AIDS vaccine trial is being planned, as the global scientific community struggles to find a way to eradicate HIV. Announced at this week’s international AIDS Vaccine Conference in Barcelona, the South African trial will involve the only vaccine shown to have […]

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  • By Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, 18 October 2013 United Nations — When war erupts, women are often the first to experience the harsh brutality and the last to be called to the peace table. A resolution adopted Friday by the U.N. Security Council moves us one step closer to the full participation of women as leaders for […]

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