Japan Makes Largest-Ever Contribution to Global Fund
March 15, 2012
Japan on Monday provided a $340 million contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, "the highest amount that Japan has ever made in 10 years of vigorous support for the Global Fund," according to a fund press release. "This new contribution represents a significant increase over Japan's previous highest contribution of $246 million in 2010" and "raises Japan's contributions to the Global Fund to more than $1.6 billion since its creation in 2002," the press release states (3/13).
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