Get Back on Track to End the Epidemics |
In our report Get back on Track – Full Report, the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) calls for significant increases in international funding to meet the 2030 targets set by the Sustainable Development Goals to end HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
As the leading multilateral organization that invests in the partnership of donor and implementing countries in ending the 3 epidemics, funding for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in its Sixth Replenishment needs to increase by more than 20% to ensure a fund of between $16.8 and $18 billion for 2020 and 2022…
UN High Level Meeting on Tuberculosis |
What is the UN High Level Meeting on Tuberculosis?
A United Nations High-Level Meeting (UN HLM) is convened by the UN General Assembly (UNGA), the main decision-making body of the UN representing all 193 UN Member States, and governments. Agreement to hold a dedicated UN HLM on a specialized topic is taken in exceptional circumstances through a UN resolution and vote, with the purpose…
The Future of ODA |
Internationally, the ambitious vision set out by the sustainable development goals (SDGs) has created new horizons for aid and international cooperation. However, these new possibilities are in tension with the political turmoil and financial pressure currently found in many donor countries and a context of shifting global wealth and power between countries. The world’s challenges are immense and interconnected. What could be a new and powerful narrative for the 21st century is struggling to emerge, and aid continues to be perceived and discussed much as it has been for decades. (more…)