Devex Examines New Funding Models For Global Tuberculosis Response

Devex: Looking for new funding models to address an ancient problem
“The global tuberculosis response has consistently suffered funding shortages, which contributed to the disease surpassing AIDS in 2014 as the world’s leading infectious killer. Now — in a bid to end the pandemic by 2035 — a new strategy is looking to alternative funding sources and new spending models that will help officials better take advantage of the available resources…” (Green, 1/7).

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