U.K. Fund To Address Malaria, Other Infectious Diseases Part Of British Aid Budget Restructuring

The Guardian: U.K. sets up £1bn fund to combat malaria and other infectious diseases
“Britain will create a £1bn fund ($1.5bn) to combat malaria and other infectious diseases in a move the U.K. chancellor described as a ‘fundamental restructuring of Britain’s aid budget’ to focus on prosperity and security. … ‘I have always believed that our commitment to overseas aid is important to promote our national security and interests around the world,’ the chancellor, George Osborne, said in a statement released on Sunday…” (Chonghaile, 11/23).

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