G8 nations must end "creative accounting" on foreign aid

Collier, Roger
December 2009
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/8/2009, Vol. 181 Issue 12, pE281
Academic Journal
The article reports on the call made by a large coalition of Canadian civil society organizations to Canada in eradicating poverty to the agenda of the G8 summit to be held in Huntsville, Ontario, in June 2010. It states that G8 leaders are in danger of defaulting its past commitments to other countries such as the investment of 60 billion dollars to fight HIV and AIDS and other infectious diseases. It notes that richer nations must take the obligations of to extend aid to the poorer nations.


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