With a yearend target date approaching, the multibillion-dollar Global AIDS and Health Fund is taking shape through discussions among major countries and international organizations.

The highly publicized fund’s success will depend on how much money it will be able to raise from the private sector, governments and official organizations in the medium and long terms.

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