Names Of 3 Finalists For Global Fund Executive Director Released

New York Times: A Contentious List of Finalists for Global Aid Fund Group’s Director
“…The nominating committee of the [Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria’s] board on Monday produced a report naming the three finalists and its rationale for picking them. … A senior United States government official said administration global health officials received the three candidates’ names Monday evening and had not yet met to discuss them…” (McNeil, 2/15).

New Zealand Herald: Helen Clark wants to run $5b aid fund
“Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark is in the running for another high-profile aid job based in Geneva, according to reports. The New York Times has reported that Clark is on a three-person shortlist for director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Clark is up against Nigeria’s former Health Minister Muhammad Ali Pate and former pharmaceutical executive Subhanu Saxena, from India. … The director job becomes vacant on May 31” (2/16).

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