Are You paying for the Clinton campaign in the USA?

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Are You paying for the Clinton campaign in the USA?
« on: January 26, 2016, 08:00:55 AM »
 We have US banks funding the 'IN' EU campaign,,,Are You paying for the Clinton campaign in the USA? Elections are truly global these days and charities can be really useful.

UNITAID is a global health initiative in great part financed by a solidarity levy on airline tickets. Established in 2006 by the governments of Brazil, Chile, France, Norway and the United Kingdom, it provides sustainable funding in order to tackle inefficiencies in markets for medicines, diagnostics and prevention for HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis in developing countries.[3]

Hosted by the WHO in Geneva, the organization's principal strength is the negotiation of low prices for drugs and diagnostics on the basis of its strong financial means. UNITAID does not have its own programs for the distribution of medication but supports programs by its implementer organizations such as the Clinton Health Access Initiative,[4] The Global Fund,

The Children's Investment Fund Foundation (UK) (CIFF) is a large charitable organization headquartered in London with offices in Nairobi and New Delhi. It is a registered charity in England & Wales and in 2012–13 had an income of £100 million and spending of £98 million.[1] With assets of £2.2 billion, it is the 4th largest charity in the UK.[2]

Donor name Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation * Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership (Canada) * Fred Eychaner and Alphawood Foundation (one of the few in Chicago that provides funding for gay rights groups) Frank Giustra, The Radcliffe Foundation Nationale Postcode Loterij  (biggest charity lottery in the Netherlands)  The Children's Investment Fund Foundation  UNITAID


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