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Integrated Prevention Demonstration Campaign Launched in Western Kenya to Fight HIV, Malaria and Diarrhoeal Disease
Date:9/15/2008

e: Vestergaard Frandsen, Kenyan Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, CHF International, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, University of California at San Francisco, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, DataDyne, and PointCare.

Vestergaard Frandsen is an international company specializing in complex emergency response and disease control products. The company operates under a unique Humanitarian Entrepreneurship business model. This "profit for a purpose" approach has turned humanitarian responsibility into its core business. Vestergaard Frandsen was founded in Denmark in 1957 and has since evolved into a multinational leader focused on helping to achieve the UN's Millennium Development Goals. For more information please visit http://www.vestergaard-frandsen.com

National AIDS and STI control program (NASCOP) of the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation is responsible for coordinating HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. The program works closely with the National Aids Control Council.

CHF International is a humanitarian assistance and development organization that works in over 30 countries worldwide. Founded in 1952, CHF International's mission is to be a catalyst for long lasting positive change in low- and moderate-income communities around the world, helping them to improve their social, economic and environmental conditions. CHF International's success is based on involving grass roots communities in every stage of the relief to development process.

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Peter Cleary, Communications Director, Vestergaard Frandsen: pc@lifestraw.com; Office 212-984-1026, Cell 347-653-5857

Laurel Tierney, Senior Communications Officer for CHF International, ltierney@chfinternational.org, US tel. +1-301-587-4700 or US mobile +1-202- 607-1307


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