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Posted on: 28 March 2012
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In an interview, Gabriel Jaramillo, General Manager of the Global Fund, discusses the direction and achievements to date in transforming the Global Fund into a more efficient organisation.
Mr Jaramillo told the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, that improving the grant management processes and strengthening financial oversight will be his priorities.
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