"Our new strategy sets out how we will work with developing countries, other donors and multilateral organizations to coordinate international efforts, close the $12.3 billion (6.6bn) funding gap and improve health, education and human rights for the poorest and most vulnerable in developing countries."
"The UK is committed to supporting national governments in a combination of approaches, balancing the urgent need to prevent new HIV infections with efforts to treat and care for people with HIV and AIDS. Today we are issuing guidance to UK staff on how we will step up our treatment efforts. It is only through comprehensive action against AIDS that we will be able to meet our broader development goals, as well as to help people affected by the tragedy of AIDS."
The funding allocations will flow from the $2.8 billion (1.5bn) announced during the Government's Spending Review last week.