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U.S. Leaders "Fall Short" on Global AIDS -- Global AIDS Alliance Director Says

November 5, 2010

Three years after President Obama made a campaign-trail "commitment to spend $50 billion over five years on global AIDS programs," he has "fallen short" because of the small increase in PEPFAR funding compared with previous years, Paul Zeitz, executive director of the Global AIDS Alliance, writes in a Huffington Post blog post. Zeitz adds that the U.S.'s Global Fund pledge is "$2 billion short of its fair share" (10/29).

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