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Bristol-Myers Squibb announces new Secure the Future grants

21st July 2009

Bristol-Myers Squibb has announced a number of new grants that will capitalise on the work undertaken as part of its Secure the Future project in order to help people living with HIV and Aids.

The funds, which equate to $1.3 million (786,306 pounds) will be used to fund community-based organisations in Africa and allow them to offer enhanced support and care to people affected by the conditions.

A total of 14 grant recipients were announced by Bristol-Myers Squibb at the International Aids Conference in South Africa.

They include The Christian HIV/Aids Network of Liberia, Caritas Development Congo and Morocco Association to Fight HIV and Aids.

Secure the Future was founded in 1999 and has seen more than $150 million committed by Bristol-Myers Squibb and the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation for the development of new solutions for people affected by HIV and Aids.

John Damonti, president of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, said: “As we reflected on the last decade and charted a course for the future, it became clear that Secure the Future’s most impactful offering is the evidence-based outcomes of our past partners and grant recipients.”

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