Foreign aid: Gates and others to partially cover UK aid cuts

A spokeswoman for the funder consortium, Kate Hampton, chief executive of the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, said: “These life-saving treatments are cost-effective investments. If they go unfunded this year, British taxpayer generosity will be wasted as clinics are closed and essential drugs expire and are thrown away.”

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