Rwanda's Fight Against Malaria Gets U.S.$53 Million Shot in Arm

The government has received a U.S.$53 million grant from the Global Fund as a contribution towards the U.S.$280 million required for malaria prevention and treatment efforts from 2020 to 2024, writes Nasra Bishumba for The New Times.

The Global Fund is a global partnership designed to accelerate the end of HIV/Aids, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics in more than 100 countries. A February 2019 report shows that the Global Fund invested about US$1.4 billion in Rwanda since 2003, and was running U.S.$210 million in active grants.


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