'17 million lives saved from AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is extraordinary'
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Imagine it's the year 2030 and the headline reads: "A world with no tuberculosis, no malaria, no AIDS". This could become a reality if all countries meet the target adopted in New York under the Sustainable Development Goals. But getting there won't be easy and it will rely heavily on people such as our guest. Mark Dybul is head of The Global Fund, which raises $4 billion per year to combat these diseases.
He tells Mairead Dundas about the progress made so far.
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