What does more money mean for the Global Fund?

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What does more money mean for the Global Fund?

Extraordinary Work The Global Fund has a history of doing extraordinary work: Few investments have had the impact that the Global Fund has in saving lives, preventing infections and creating strong and resilient health systems. We are at a critical moment where the minimum will not be enough to prevent us from sliding back. Get Back on Track GFAN has argued for the past year that increased investments in the Global Fund are critical to get back on track, meet sustainable development goals and to end the epidemics by 2030.  Without increased investment we could see resurgences of the 3…

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GFANtastic Guide to Women Deliver

Daily Guide for Participants Social Media Tools Sample Facebook Post: What does more investment in the Global Fund mean for women around the world? Every US$ 100 million-dollar investment in the Global Fund means: 20,000 additional women on treatment to prevent passing HIV to their babies.5.3 million additional mosquito nets could be distributed and protect first-time mothers, families and young children.save 114,000 lives through programs supported by the Global Fund.Avert 1.7 million new infections or cases across the three diseases. More investment means saving more lives.  #WD2019  #GetBackonTrack  #StepUptheFight   http://www.globalfundadvocatesnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/An-Extraordinary-Investment-final.pdf Sample Twitter Posts:  What does more investment in the @GlobalFund…

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Introducing Rachel and Marie Solange

We are very pleased to announce that this year we have introduced two new Francophone Speakers to our Speakers Bureau, Marie Solange Ngoueko from Cameroon and Rachel Boyindjy from Togo. French is available here. Marie Solange Ngoueko Marie Solange is a mother of seven children and lives with her family in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon. When she first moved to Yaoundé, all members of her household averaged three episodes of malaria each year and had no long lasting insecticidal nets. Marie Solange has been working for over eight years in community development with a focus on managing and coordinating…

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Présentation de Rachel et de Marie Solange

Nous sommes très heureux d’annoncer que cette année, deux conférencières francophones se sont ajoutées à notre Bureau des conférenciers. Il s’agit de Marie Solange Ngoueko du Cameroun et de Rachel Boyindjy du Togo.  English is available here. Marie Solange Ngoueko Marie Solange est mère de sept enfants. Elle habite avec sa famille à Yaoundé, la capitale du Cameroun. Dans la première année de son arrivée à Yaoundé, tous les membres de sa maison souffraient en moyenne de trois épisodes de paludisme par an et ils n’avaient pas de MILDA. Marie Solange œuvre depuis plus de huit ans dans le développement…

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150 Day Challenge

GFAN Friends, Supporters and Fellow Advocates, We are pleased to say that the first 25 days of our campaign have been a great success!  Over 375 people from over 80 countries around the world have shared why it is critical to them that we Get Back on Track and End the Epidemics of AIDS, TB and Malaria and why we need investments of over $14 billion in the next Global Fund Replenishment. What did you have to say?  I am calling on governments around the world to invest more than US$ 14 billion in the next Global Fund Replenishment –…

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Maurine’s Visit to Washington

In April GFAN Speaker Maurine Murenga visited Washington DC in the United States.  Maurine visited many offices including both Republican and Democrat Senators and Congresspersons.  She also had an opportunity to meet with advocates during her stay in Washington.  This included a lunch event entitled “Global Fund and the Costs of Inaction” that was attended by representatives from over 15 organizations including ONE, UNAIDS, Malaria No More, Results, and of course the hosts, Friends of the Global Fight. She shares with us below details about her trip and why the work of the Global Fund is so critical. What was…

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