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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 diseases, impacting the lives and health of millions.  The need for a Replenishment of at least US$18 billion for the Global Fund in October is a critical first step

But how do we get there? 

If governments, the private sector and foundations around the...

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As part of GFAN’s discussions with the Global Fund after the launch of the 6th Replenishment Investment case, the Global Fund Secretariat provided some further details about the domestic resource numbers and analysis in the Investment Case. 

March 2019 GFS Domestic Financing one pager with Annex Download

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Publisher: Women4GlobalFund (W4GF)

This paper serves to provide an update W4GF Advocates on the Global Fund allocation methodology for the 2020-2022 funding cycle. It also seeks to highlight key recommendations from W4GF as the Global Fund continues to refine its allocation methodology.

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Publisher: APMG Health, Inc. for GFAN

In 2017, the Global Fund contracted APMG Health to conduct assessments of the design, implementation, and monitoring of national HIV service packages for KP in 65 countries, across six regions in which the Global Fund has provided HIV grant funds. This report is a global-level analysis of those assessments.

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Publisher: O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has proven highly effective at fighting the world’s major killers. Strong governance and development institutions, however, are necessary for improving health long-term. While some suggest international aid can strengthen institutions, others worry “dead” aid undermines governance. The Fund is a unique aid institution with mechanisms designed to improve transparency and accountability. We constructed a unique dataset to explore whether Global Fund financing has a significant effect on governance and development.

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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 Board and guests to share her story and to highlight the importance of the Global Fund.

Resty was kind enough to share with us her speech.

My name is Nalwanga Resty from Uganda.

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