Women Deliver & the Global Fund’s work to advance the health of women and girls |

Women Deliver starts today in Copenhagen. To support the Global Fund’s voice and message during the conference, partners have put together some social media materials for you to share over the next few days.

  • An interactive map illustrating the Global Fund’s work to advance women’s health around the world. It features country case studies and personal stories. You can also embed this onto your website with the code: <iframe src=”” width=”100%” height=”800″ frameborder=”0″></iframe>
  • Sharegraphics (below) featuring quotes and photos from advocates from the GFAN Speakers Bureau
  • A two-page factsheet on the Global Fund and women and girls featuring quotes from GFAN speakers. If you are attending the conference, hard copies will be available in the media room.

women and girls GF pg 1 women and girls GF pg 2









Sample tweets for interactive map:

Around the world, @GlobalFund programs work to advance the health and rights of women and girls: #WD2016

From Afghanistan to Belize, women and girls share their fight against HIV, TB and malaria: @GlobalFund #WD2016

Sample tweets for sharegraphics:


Thanks to the @GlobalFund, 3.3 million women have received services to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission.

.@GlobalFund-supported programs help women fight HIV – the leading killer of women aged 15-44 worldwide. #WD2016


Around the world, the @GlobalFund invests in programs that help HIV-positive women fight stigma and abuse. #WD2016

The @GlobalFund helps HIV-positive women like Loyce become leaders in global and community HIV responses.


.@GlobalFund empowers HIV-positive transgender women like Erika as agents of change against the disease. #WD2016

In Belize, @GlobalFund programs help HIV-positive transgender women like EriKa feel safe and supported. #WD2016


The @GlobalFund helped 53,000 women in Kenya receive services to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission. #WD2016

Thanks to the @GlobalFund, more HIV-positive pregnant women in Kenya are giving birth to HIV-free babies. #WD2016