Danish Government ‘Design To Improve Life’ Awards The New York Times examines the five winners of the INDEX: Award 2009, ‘the biennial design prize funded by the Danish federal government to celebrate examples of ‘design to boost life.” Many winners developed ways to improve health and development in developing countries and other remote control areas. The Freeplay Fetal Heart Rate Monitor, ‘which can be used during childbirth in remote areas without usage of electricity,’ gained an award as did the ‘Chulha stove, a safe cooking device for people in developing countries,’ the newspaper writes. Each winner receives about $142,000 in prize cash . UNAIDS Executive Director Discusses HIV/AIDS Control In Rwanda UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe on Thursday praised Rwanda for its successes in combating HIV/AIDS and highlighted avoidance of mother-to-child transmission of the virus as a location that requires work, New Times/allAfrica.com reviews.There’s also some indication of reconciliation among various other Democrats: First-12 months Rep. Jared Polis , an early on opponent of the surtax on the rich to help purchase the costs, commended Pelosi for suggesting that the result in for a healthcare surtax be elevated to $500,000 for folks and $1 million for couples. ‘It’s an indicator that leadership is hearing the concerns of fresh people,’ Polis said . But there’s still a methods to go, Roll Contact reviews: Rep.