The Global Fund relies on voluntary financial contributions from all sectors of society – governments, private sector, social enterprises, philanthropic foundations and individuals. Though significant, the contributions received so far represent only part of the US$ 15 billion experts estimate is needed each year to prevent and treat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria effectively on a global scale.
The Global Fund has a proven ability to deliver – it is innovative, focused on results, efficient and accountable. It has played a lead role in driving dramatic advances against the three diseases that may be reversed if the momentum is lost. Substantial new commitments are required to finance additional grants and to continue successful programs.
While donor governments continue to provide the largest source of financing, the Global Fund also relies on the private sector and other nongovernment donors for an increasingly important share of its cash contributions. As a public good, the Global Fund looks to all sectors of society for help in realizing its vision of a world free from the burden of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
The Global Fund accepts cash contributions from individuals, businesses and private foundations. For more information see How to Contribute.
The Global Fund also welcomes noncash contributions. Information on donations of commercial goods and services as well as other ways of contributing can be found under Private Sector and Nongovernment Donors.
19 March 2013 - Event
Fourth Replenishment 2014-2016
Pledges and Contributions
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