For the next three years, Pakistan will receive more than $281 million from the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria.
According to Sajid Hussain Shah, a spokesman for the Ministry of National Health Services Regulations and Coordination, the fund assisted Pakistan in fighting sickness and will continue for the following three years.
To help safeguard the local population from HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, the official stated that the monies would be sent to national departments dealing with disease control throughout the country.
According to the source, a decision was made in November to allocate funds for Pakistan’s health system’s development between 2023 and 2025.
According to the official, around $65 million had been set aside for HIV patients, $182 million would be used to treat tuberculosis, and $34 million would be used to treat malaria.