Global Fund Should Do More To Address Venezuela’s Health Crisis, HRW Expert Says

Human Rights Watch: The Global Fund Should Move Boldly to Help Venezuelans
Tamara Taraciuk Broner, senior Americas researcher at HRW, highlights the Global Fund’s lack of engagement in Venezuela, writing, “The Global Fund … has made a big difference addressing AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria in many countries, yet it has failed to do so in Venezuela, a nation with a years-long health care crisis, because, on paper, the nation has the income to fund health services. There’s a chance for the Global Fund to reconsider that position at its upcoming Board meeting, on May 9 and 10. And it should…” (5/8).

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