Staff Writers | 08 Nov 2007 | China View
China has made remarkable achievements in combating AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, said a French doctor specializing in infectious diseases. Michel Kazatchkine, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, said it had so far donated 424 million U.S. dollars to support China's fight against the three diseases.
None | 27 Sep 2007 | Agence France Presse
Donors pledged here 9.7 billion dollars to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria over the next three years in "a great day" for the battle against the three pandemics, former UN chief Kofi Annan said.
Editorial | 12 Mar 2007 | New Vision
That Uganda has been blacklisted by the Global Fund is a blow to the country. As a result, $16m in funds are being lost: $14.7m for malaria and $1.1m for tuberculosis.
Felix Osike | 11 Mar 2007 | New Vision
The Global Fund has permanently terminated two grants to Uganda for malaria and tuberculosis because of what it called "unsatisfactory performance." As a result, Uganda has missed about $16 million (sh28b).
Associated Press | 08 Feb 2007 | International Herald Tribune
Dr. Michel Kazatchkine was chosen to head the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
John Donnelly | 05 Feb 2007 | Boston Globe
Sir Richard Feachem is accused of frivolous charges to a Credit Suisse expense account allegedly reserved for emergencies.
Hussein Bogere | 01 Feb 2007 | Monitor (Kampala)
The government has given a green light for Police to investigate individuals alleged to have misappropriated the Global Fund to fight malaria, tuberculosis and Aids.
Richard Attenkah | 24 Jan 2007 | Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra)
Dr. Constance Bart-Plange, Programme Manager of the National Malaria Control Programme Ghana, has disclosed that malaria deaths in children in the country has reduced by half between 2003 and the end of 2006.
John Donnelly | 09 Jan 2007 | Boston Globe
John Donnelly reviews candidates for the next Directorship of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.
Editorial | 18 Dec 2006 | Washington Post
Fighting scourges such as malaria and AIDS requires strong institutions.