BRIDGES is the global translational grant program of the International Diabetes Federation.

BRIDGES is the global translational grant program of the International Diabetes Federation. It solicits proposals that support cost-effective and sustainable interventions that can be applied in real world settings, for the prevention and control of diabetes. Projects should be on interventions already proven to be effective in trials on the prevention and treat diabetes, of of type 1 and type – 2 diabetes and its complications based delay. Common.oposed interventions have the potential to spread, clinical practice far, individuals and communities are common. For more information, please visit.

Salman Safdar of UNAIDS Pakistan said that the media should also try to inform the middle and low income segments of the society about the risk of HIV / AIDS. He added that there are 2,353 HIV cases in Sindh and 167 AIDS cases. The province has registered 56 deaths from AIDS, added Safdar.The International Monetary Fund ‘appearing a substitute for to be public spending in some public health projects, aid of some of the poorest countries[ has] do not are used existing spending on public health to supplement projects, but it often substitutes government spending, ‘according to research published in International Journal publishes of Health Services, Press Trust India / MSN to reviews. ‘This study coming at a time if there are serious concerns about whether the developing world Millennium Development Goals on global health, by 2015, ‘the news service writes (Sonwalker..

‘In contrast, to flow countries rent borrow from the IMF in addition obtained at 45 cents to the health care system for each dollar help. ‘The scientists ‘also thought that aid through the through the governments of at lower public expenditures, as the In If is was led by private non-governmental organizations associated,’to release states . – The researchers analyzed data from ’34 low-and middle-income countries, the leaving under the Fund and 101 countries to a similar income, which not have for support from the IMF, borrowed’which Guardian reports. ‘The analysis revealed that health care expenditure in the countries borrowings from the IMF grew up in the decade of 1996 and 2006, half the rate from country that does not have IMF programs ‘.