Find below our up-to-date tally of Pledges for the Global Fund Replenishment, and a break-down of the Private Sector contributions.
The information below is up to date as of 6pm ET on Sept 21, but might be corrected in the coming days.
Note that in the case of pledges made in a currency other than US dollars, we convert into US dollar on the basis of going rate on the day of the pledge. We include all pledges officially announced, even if there are further domestic steps to confirming the pledge.
The detail pledges for the 7th Replenishment can be found in the table below, noting that:
- The increase in pledge is calculated on the domestic currency value.
- To make reading the chart easier we have grouped pledges of smaller donors in the “Other” category, which contains pledges from both public and private donors. For details pledges for the 6th Replenishment, they can be found on the Global Fund Secretariat‘s website.
- The breakdown of private sector contribution is in a separate spreadsheet below.
Private Sector Contributions
As the 7th Replenishment is the most ambitious ever, renewed and expanded support from the private sector is essential to success. In our Private Sector Brief, we have put out a challenge to the private sector: for all foundations and companies other than the Bill&Melinda Gates Foundation to pledge over $742 million in total for the 7th Replenishment – representing a doubling of Private Sector investment (exclusive of BMGF) from the 6th Replenishment.
In total, the private sector and foundations pledged over $1.225 billion to the Global Fund, out of which $912 million came from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In other words, the rest of the private sector combined pledged a total of $313 million, an almost 16% decrease from 2019. The Bill & Melinda Gates increased its contribution by 20%, for an overall increase of private sector contribution of 8%.
The breakdown of private sector contributions can be found in the table below: