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European Countries To Fund $4 Billion For Vaccination For Poor Children’

International Finance Facility for Immunization (IFFIm) will be providing life saving vaccines for millions of poor children’s around the world with the project costing $4 billion to be funded by the European countries. // c British finance minister Gordon Brown said the scheme, the International Finance Facility for Immunization (IFF), would save the lives of some five million children over the next 10 years and another five million thereafter. "It is a demonstration of the determination of world leaders to meet the Millennium Development Goals on infant mortality," he told a news conference, referring to United Nations targets to cut child mortality by two thirds by 2015. Brown launched the more modest scheme with his counterparts from France, Italy, Spain and Sweden. He said the Europeans were encouraging other countries, including China and Brazil, to sign up. Britain has pledged 35 percent of the resources required to raise the $4 billion, which is equivalent to $130 million a year. France has pledged 25 percent or $100 million a year and Italy, Spain and Sweden will announce their contributions later. But the plan has run into opposition, particularly from the United States.

The program is a pilot for a broader International Finance Facility (IFF), which Brown hopes to launch to raise larger amounts of money for development aid.

"Our concern is that because the IFF is a way of borrowing money from international financial markets, in years to come we're going to end up using aid money to pay off the interest to financiers rather than helping the poor," said Peter Hardstaff of the campaign group the World Development Movement.

Critics to the scheme say that the amount to be raised is very less and more money is required for completing the project. Some, critics have said the scheme will have little impact without the participation of the United States, and that $4 billion is a drop in the ocean in a world in which 10 million childr
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