The World Bank pioneered global HIV and AIDS financing early in the emergency and remains committed to achieving Millennium Development Goal 6, to halt by 2015 and begin to reverse the spread of HIV and AIDS, through prevention, care, treatment, and mitigation services for those affected by HIV and AIDS.
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Bank Group ContributionThe WBG has been a long-term development partner with India, supporting the country’s efforts to tackle fundamental developmental challenges and build a modern economy. Since the... Show More + first IBRD loan to the Indian Railways in 1949, it has provided financing, knowledge, advisory services, and technical assistance where and when it was most needed. Over the years, IBRD/IDA/IFC have together supported India with some $160 billion in financing (at 2010 prices)—far more than any other country.IDA has contributed to improving outcomes in health, education, and rural development, with cumulative assistance totaling close to $45 billion since 1961 (2010 prices). IDA supported India’s efforts to tackle polio (there has been no case of polio since January 2011), tuberculosis, leprosy, river blindness, and HIV/AIDS, improving the lives of millions of people and contributing immensely to global efforts to control these diseases. WBG financing (particularly credits from IDA) and t Show Less -