GFANtastic 6th Replenishment: Tools and Resources

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GFANtastic 6th Replenishment: Tools and Resources

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 & Step Up the Fight Below you will find a variety of resources and tools that can be used to support your advocacy for the Global Fund Replenishment: GFAN Publications and Talking PointsSocial Media ResourcesSimple Actions for AdvocatesGlobal Fund Documents and ResourcesRessources en françaisCampaignsOther…

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GFAN World Malaria Day Campaign – April 25

You will find below materials and resources you can use for your own World Malaria Day campaign, including: Talking PointsResourcesSocial Media and ShareablesZero Malaria Starts with Me CampaignMalaria Must Die Campaign Talking Points: The Global Fund saves lives With its partners, the Global Fund has supported and saved millions of lives: 27 million as of 2018. In 2017, in countries where the Global Fund invests:197 million mosquito nets distributed108 million cases of malaria treated6 million pregnant women received preventive therapy12.5 million structures covered by indoor residual spraying213 million tests for malaria conductedThe Global Fund represents 57% of all international financing…

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Video: The Global Reach of TB and the Stereotypes that Impact People

GFAN members Friends of the Global Fund Europe and Osservatorio AiDS, together with AIDOS, and the theatre company Bluestocking, launched, last month, for World TB Day a short video highlighting the most common stereotypes on TB in Italy. The video uses ironic messages to shape the audiences’ understanding of the portrayed clichés and highlight the critical role of the Global Fund in addressing the global reach of TB. Many of the stereotypes portrayed in the video are common in other countries and they wanted to share a version with English subtitles of their video. The video was initially launched in…

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GFAN World TB Day Campaign – 24 March 2019

You will find below materials and resources you can use for your own World TB Day campaign, including: Talking PointsSocial Media ToolsResources Talking Points: What is World TB Day? We mark World TB Day each year on March 24th to help bring attention to those affected by TB, and remind the world that despite being a curable disease, TB is currently the leading infectious disease killer, and responsible for 1/3 of all deaths for people with HIV. World TB Day is an opportunity for people everywhere to join this fight by helping to educate others about TB and by urging…

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GFAN at the Preparatory Meeting for Sixth Replenishment

Several GFAN Speakers participated in the Preparatory Meeting for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment in India earlier this month. The participating Speakers: Maurine Murenga, Timur Abdullaev, Resty Nalwanga, and Erika Castellanos all had different roles during the meeting. With Timur speaking on a panel on sustainable financing for health, Erika speaking to attendees about mobilizing communities and young people to end the epidemics and achieve Sustainable Development Goals, and both Maurine and Erika participating as part of their roles as Board Member and Alternate Board Member for the Communities Delegation to the Global Fund. Finally, Resty addressed the Global Fund…

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Photo Story: Mirriam Banda Chisamba (Zambia)

To view photo captions view on full screen. Mirriam Banda Chisamba is the primary health care provider, midwife, nurse, administrator, counsellor and health champion to 15,000 people in her region in eastern Zambia at Kafumbwe Rural Health Centre, Katete District. She is also married and a mother of three. In 2011, she almost lost her daughter to malaria. She recovered, but the memory still haunts her. She also can’t count the many times she has suffered from malaria. Mirriam sees malaria every day at the clinic. In her region, between 20-29% of children under 5 are infected each year. The…

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