.. The USA Global Fund; repurposing wastewater, Financing Global Health NeedsIn Economic Times commentary, Jeffrey Sachs of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, describes as as two great challenges for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, , The first, The first is the lack of financing, the second challenge expand expand the Global Fund mandate of. from the current focus on specific diseases. Many countries – including France, Norway, the UK and the U.S. To recently have the need to move generally on the financing of the fight against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to finance improvements in primary health care systems recognized but they seem to see the issue health – system financing as an either-or decision: write scale up fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, or scale up financing of primary health care systems, Sachs.
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