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New Global Position Paper from Sweden

28 January 2007

The Swedish development cooperation (SIDA) says that by 2020 more people will die from road traffic injuries than from HIV/AIDS. Most of these road traffic fatalities occur in low-income countries.  Road traffic injuries can be prevented and Sida addresses this issue in their new position paper by highlighting how the international community should respond. More details...

The overall goal of SIDA is to contribute to making it possible for poor people to improve their living conditions.

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