Former Executive Director Of Global Fund Confident Organization Will Meet $14B Replenishment Target

Devex: Former director optimistic Global Fund replenishment can be reached
“In the face of budget deficits and rollercoaster politics among some of the biggest donors to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, former executive director Mark Dybul is confident the organization will meet its replenishment target of $14 billion this year. … ‘What it will take is for people to recognize the links between health and economic growth, which are rock solid,’ Dybul said in an interview, adding that he was optimistic the multilateral health partnership will reach its target despite attempts from the Trump administration to reduce its funding…” (Root, 6/27).

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