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17 Dec 2013 description
report The Global Fund

GENEVA – In the first significant contribution to the Global Fund since the launch of its current Replenishment cycle earlier this month, Switzerland escalated its pledge to 60 million Swiss francs (US$68 million) over the next three years.

Compared with its pledge of 21 million Swiss francs three years ago, the new commitment represents almost a tripling of Switzerland’s contribution, one of the biggest increases by any donor. It also underscores Switzerland’s support for a global health hub in Geneva.

06 Jun 2013 description
report The Global Fund

GENEVA - The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria welcomed an announcement from Switzerland that it intends to increase its contribution to the Global Fund by 43 per cent in 2013.

Swiss Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter made the announcement on Monday after meeting the Global Fund's Executive Director Mark Dybul in the Swiss Federation's capital of Berne.

08 May 2013 description
report The Global Fund

Genève - Le Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme se félicite de la nouvelle selon laquelle la Suisse envisagerait d’augmenter sa contribution au Fonds mondial. Cette information a été donnée par le Conseiller fédéral pour les Affaires étrangères et Vice-président de la Confédération, Didier Burkhalter, qui au cours d’un entretien avec le Directeur exécutif du Fonds mondial, Mark Dybul, aujourd’hui à Berne, a réaffirmé les engagements de la Suisse vis-à-vis du Fonds mondial.

08 May 2013 description
report The Global Fund

GENEVA - The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria welcomed an announcement from Switzerland that it intends to increase its contribution to the Global Fund by 43 per cent in 2013.

Swiss Federal Councillor Didier Burkhalter made the announcement on Monday after meeting the Global Fund's Executive Director Mark Dybul in the Swiss Federation's capital of Berne.