Sweden Announces $290M 3-Year Pledge To Global Fund, Increase Of 14%

Health Policy Watch: Sweden Steps Up Fight Against Epidemics With Strong Pledge to Global Fund
“Sweden pledged to increase its support to the Global Fund by 14%, committing some SEK 2.85 billion (US $290 million) over the next three years, one of the latest in a line of donors to step to the call of the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference, coming up next week on October 9-10 in Lyon. The pledge was announced Thursday by Sweden’s Minister for International Development Cooperation, Peter Eriksson…” (3/10).

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