Mr. Speaker, our government is addressing the real public health challenges in the developing world.
That is why we have invested $2.85 billion toward maternal, newborn and child health, including the $1.1 billion Muskoka initiative led by our Prime Minister, which secured the participation of the G8 countries toward a $10 billion fund. We are achieving concrete results. Nearly 25 times more people are receiving HIV-AIDS treatment than were receiving it 10 years ago.
This government will continue to focus on the measures that actually work for people in the developing world.