Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, December 30th, 2003
The money will come from a $200 million grant pledged by the Seattle-based foundation to help contain the disease in India, which has the world's second-highest number of HIV-infected people. The foundation's donation to Karnataka state is the first joint project with a state agency in the country.
"The HIV prevention initiative ... is unprecedented in scale and scope, and offers an opportunity to demonstrate the potential of public-private partnership," said Chief Minister S.M. Krishna, the elected head of...
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