Bush Makes Planned AIDS Grants The first grants from President George Bush's AIDS initiative are released. The president has promised $15 billion in aid to 14 countries over five years. Monday's announcement includes the first $350 million to be given out. Critics say the money has been too long in coming and is far below what is need. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports.
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Bush Makes Planned AIDS Grants

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Bush Makes Planned AIDS Grants

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The first grants from President George Bush's AIDS initiative are released. The president has promised $15 billion in aid to 14 countries over five years. Monday's announcement includes the first $350 million to be given out. Critics say the money has been too long in coming and is far below what is need. NPR's Brenda Wilson reports.