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Ukraine – The Frontlines of War & a Public Health Crisis

A Shot in the Arm Podcast with Ben Plumley

Ukraine – The Frontlines of War & a Public Health Crisis

We head to Ukraine, and learn more about how Frontline AIDS’ national partner, the Alliance for Public Health is delivering HIV medications and health services, despite desperately difficult circumstances, to…
May 11, 2022

Ukraine – The Frontlines of War & a Public Health Crisis

In the first of a short series of special podcasts, we “Share The Mic” with Frontline AIDS to highlight the critical role communities themselves have to play in defeating AIDS and other pandemics. We head to Ukraine, and learn more about how Frontline AIDS’ national partner, the Alliance for Public Health is delivering HIV medications and health services, despite desperately difficult circumstances, to people in need. And we dig deep into how global funding for the global response to AIDS is being squeezed by both the radical disruption of the global security order precipitated by the war, and the global COVID-19 pandemic. 

For more information about how you can help the Alliance for Public Health save lives in Ukraine visit 

FRONTLINE AIDS UKRAINE APPEAL

Joining host, Ben Plumley, are panelists

Christine Stegling, Executive Director, Frontline AIDS

Pavlo Smyrnov, Deputy Executive Director, Alliance for Public Health, Ukraine

Elisha Dunn-Georgiou, President and CEO, Global Health Council

Directed by Erik Espera, and our digital producer is Troy Espera. The Frontline AIDS production team are Fionnuala Murphy, Will Harris and Allie Liu.  

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