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On 2 July 2019 there will be just 100 days left until the Replenishment conference for the Global Fund in Lyon, France. Please find below a number of resources you can use over the summer on social media, at conferences and where ever else you might be advocating for the Global Fund Replenishment.

These materials are meant to complement the Global Fund’s Step Up the Fight campaign!

Videos and Photos Stories

You are welcome to download and share any of our videos and photo stories.

For Presentations

Endscreen – Get Back on Track Download

For Printing

Why the Global Fund is An Extraordinary Investment Download
Get Back on Track Step Up the Fight Poster Download
GBOT Campaign Poster Download
What More Money Means Po...
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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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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 – it is critical to me that we Get Back on Track and End the Epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria because:

24 % – People’s lives matter.

27% – The world committed to ending Aids, TB and Malaria by 2030.

47% – We have the ability to defeat these three diseases we just nee...

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Publisher:  GFAN

More than 80 people from around the world attended all or part of the 2019 Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) Global Strategy Meeting, held over three days (5–7 March) in Amsterdam. The main topic of the meeting was resource mobilization for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund), with particular emphasis on the 6th replenishment process that had recently been launched and will culminate in a formal pledging conference on 10 October 2019 in Lyon, France.


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On 11 January 2019 the Global Fund released a summary of their Investment Case which will be released in full in the next few weeks.  We shared our concern with the numbers presented and that the $US14 billion funding target set for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment will not be enough. This target is significantly lower than the need calculated in our  Get Back On Track Report  published in July 2018 in which we made a strong case for significant increases in funding to the Global Fund with a replenishment target of  US$16.8 to 18 billion.

Matthew Kavanagh (HealthGap US and Georgetown U Visiting Professor & Director, Global Health Policy & Governance Initiative at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law) published the thread below and his analysis echoed some of our concerns with the US$ 14 billion ask.  

We worked with Matt to delve into the details and source the data:


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