GLOBAL FUND

KEITH NUTHALL
EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to approve the transfer of Euro 60 million from the general EU 2001 budget, (most of which is currently earmarked for fishery support), to help finance the UN's Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in developing countries. The money will be the first of two tranches, with the European Commission also drawing up plans to give another Euro 60 million from the European Development Fund, to be reserved for African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. The UN is planning to make its Global Fund ...


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