Former French minister to help raise money for UN's poverty fight

02/20/2008 | Reuters

Philippe Douste-Blazy, who was France's foreign minister between 2005 and 2007, was tapped by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Tuesday to advise the world body on how it can more effectively raise money from non-government entities for its anti-poverty campaign. "We want to organize little by little a worldwide citizen movement, with citizens, with private companies, besides states, to set up innovative financing," Douste-Blazy said.

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