With fewer than one percent of the world’s 2.2 million children with AIDS receiving treatment, physicians in the Pediatric AIDS Corps are hoping to treat those in need and train medical workers who can provide care long-term. Bristol-Myers Squibb and Baylor College of Medicine have teamed up to send 250 doctors to African in the next five years. These physicians will devote at least one year to caring for children with AIDS and developing a strong infrastructure for when they return home. It is hoped each doctor will prevent 1,300 child deaths annually. (Time Global Health Summit report