Janine Kossen

As Director of Public Policy at Advocates for Youth, Janine Kossen
primarily promotes international policies on HIV/AIDS, sexual and
reproductive health, and foreign assistance reform. Before coming to
Advocates, she was the Director of Federal Policy at ZERO TO THREE where
she managed the organization’s federal early childhood policy agenda.
Prior to that, Janine served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Islamic
Republic of Mauritania where she worked with regional and local health
professionals, adolescent girls, and community-based youth organizations
on programs related to HIV/AIDS, family planning, female genital
cutting, and life skills education. Janine holds a Juris Doctorate in
international human rights law from the University of Cincinnati and a
Masters of Public Health, with concentrations in health and human rights
and maternal and child health, from Johns Hopkins University.


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Analysis Law and Policy

Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation: An Analysis of PEPFAR’s AIDS Blueprint

Janine Kossen

Just in time for World AIDS Day, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled a Blueprint for Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation. Overall, the Blueprint is surprisingly strong, especially in light of the fact that over the past few years, the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) has done a lackluster job on young people and focused its rhetoric almost exclusively on biomedical approaches.

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