GHAA Logo The Third Convening of the Global-
World HIV/AIDS Allinace in India

October 1-4, 2010
    

 Invited Speakers: Jacob Zuma, President  of South Africa, Sonia Gandhi, India, and  several scientists from 10 different  countries in the global-world
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National Minority AIDS Council

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UNAIDS Report epidemic 2008
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Lead Partners

Presently, the lead partners of this initiative are:
Jackson State University of Jackson, Mississippi (U.S.A)
Mahatma Gandhi College-Nagarjuna University of Guntur ( India )
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University ( India )
All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( India )
Central Universities of Nationalities ( China )
Southern Medical University , Guangzhou ( China )
Catholic University College ( Ghana )
University of Port Harcourt ( Nigeria )
University of Zululand ( South Africa )
University of Fort Hare ( South Africa )
University of Limpompo ( South Africa )
University of South Africa ( South Africa )
Bluefields Indian and Caribbean University ( Nicaragua )
University of Yaounde-Faculty of Medicine ( Cameroon )
Mahidol University ( Thailand )
University of the Philippines, Manila ( Philippines )
National Forensic Psychiatric Hospital of Korea ( South Korea )
College of Public Health Administration, Ministry of Public Health ( Thailand )
University of Zambia ( Zambia )
Catholic Hospital Association of India (CHAI)
Mississippi Consortium for International Development ( USA ): Jackson State University, Alcorn State University, Mississippi Valley State University and Tougaloo College
Research Centers in Minority Institutions (USA): UCLA Charles R. Drew University Medicine and Science, Hawaii University, University of Puerto Rico, Meharry Medical College, Morehouse School of Medicine (RCMIs), the network of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and other minority serving institutions that are situated within the United States.