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Launching Renewed Determination to End the Major Infectious Disease Killers

The Replenishment launch for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) was a success -- in funding and more. By the end of the pledge meeting in Montreal estimated commitments came close to the $13 billion goal, and additional pledges may be announced in the future. Some countries, such as Norway, Japan and Canada, offered dramatic increases. Nine African countries stepped up to contribute, and Qatar made its first pledge to the Global Fund.
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