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Animal Advocacy
Independent Media

Measuring Progress

Aspen Institute, Washington, DC

$75,000, Communications and Society Program
To convene a roundtable conference on issues surrounding the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA

$100,000, Global Development Initiative
To help struggling governments formulate and institute programs to reduce poverty, increase living standards and improve other national conditions to reach the UN's Millennium Goals

Columbia University, New York, NY

$1,000,000, Global Fund Access Project
To provide on-the-ground assistance to countries seeking and implementing grants from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

Northwest Environment Watch, Seattle, WA

$25,000, Cascadia Scorecard
For an index of seven key trends that are shaping the Northwest region's future

Yale University, New Haven, CT

$300,000, G-ECON Project
For exploring the relationship between economics and geography

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