The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria claimed a last-minute victory at its sixth replenishment conference this week in Lyon, France. The fund announced a final replenishment total of $14.02 billion in pledges and commitments across the public and private sector — narrowly surpassing its $14 billion target.
Devex Senior Reporter Michael Igoe spoke to Brussels correspondent Vince Chadwick — in attendance at the conference — and Senior Reporter Jenny Lei Ravelo for an inside look at how the replenishment goal was met, and what the fund’s success means for the future of global health financing.
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