Zambia Gets US$100m to Fight AIDS, TB, Malaria

Zambia secures US$100 million from the Global Fund following a long delay due to accountability concerns

Zambia has successfully secured approximately US$100 million from the Global Fund, an international aid NGO dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis.

The country’s Minister of Health, Joseph Kasonde, says government will put in place a system or mechanism that will ensure transparency and accountability in the application of HIV and AIDS, TB, and Malaria resources.

Zambia was awarded this large tranche of funds following under Round 8 Phase 2 of the Global Fund’s allocation process following a long delay due to accountability concerns.

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Source: 
Zambia Reports

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