Canada Allocates CAD 65M To Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response Efforts In LMICs

The Global Fund: Canada Contributes CAD 65 million to Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response
“The Global Fund applauds the government of Canada for allocating CAD 65 million to the Global Fund’s efforts to support low- and middle-income countries to fight COVID-19, including procuring and deploying millions of COVID-19 rapid diagnostics tests as well as reinforcing health systems. The allocation is part of the CAD 120 million commitment made by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in June 2020 to the ACT-Accelerator — a groundbreaking global coalition to accelerate the development, production, and equitable access to new COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines…” (12/14).

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