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Cablegate: Embassy Thailand Response to Usg Parallel Review

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STATE FOR SGAC - MATTHEW ROBINSON

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KHIV EAID TBIO TH
SUBJECT: EMBASSY THAILAND RESPONSE TO USG PARALLEL REVIEW
OF GLOBAL FUND PROPOSALS

REF: SECSTATE 95569

In reference to reftel request to identify an in-country
point of contact for the parallel review process, Embassy
Bangkok POC is Mr. Howell(Hal) Howard, Regional Environment,
Science, Technology
and Health Officer for Southeast Asia: Email
howardhh@state.gov; phone number (66-2) 205-4712; fax
(66-2) 254-2839. The alternative point of contact is Ms. Aye
Aye Thwin, Director of the Office of Public Health at USAID
Regional Development Mission in Asia: Email
aathwin@usaid.gov; phone number (66-2) 263-7407; fax (66-2)
263-7499. In reference to paragraph 8 action request, post
has identified the appropriate personnel to serve as the
review team to conduct an analysis of Global Fund grant
proposals to include representatives from USAID, AFRIMS, CDC,
and the State Department.
JOHN

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