Established as a partnership in global health, the Global Fund works closely with a wide diversity of partners –implementing governments, donors, civil society, international development organizations, the private sector and communities living with and affected by the diseases. This partnership model actively supports country-owned approaches that develop and implement effective, evidence-based programs to respond to AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
Announcement - 26 February 2015
Global Health Partners Begin Building a New Approach to Ensure Equitable Access to Medicines
News Release - 24 February 2015
Ukraine Aims for Better HIV and TB Patient Care
News Release - 18 February 2015
New Malaria Grant Aims for Universal Coverage in Cameroon
Announcement - 17 February 2015
Global Fund Supports “All In” to End the AIDS Epidemic among Adolescents
News Release - 16 February 2015
Papua New Guinea Intensifies Campaign Against TB and Malaria
Turning the Tide Against HIV and Tuberculosis: Global Fund Investment Guidance for Eastern Europe and Central Asia
04 March 2015
Global Fund Salutes Pope Francis for Supporting World’s Poor
26 February 2015
Life-Saving TB Treatment Made Possible by the Community
19 February 2015
Taking on Malaria One Community at a Time
On December 1, the Global Fund joins the global mobilization of all partners fighting HIV and AIDS in support of “Getting to Zero,” the World AIDS Day 2011 theme, which will run until 2015. This vision – to achieve “Zero new HIV infections. Zero discrimination. Zero AIDS-related deaths” – is crucial to the success of all our efforts to turn the tide against HIV.
A cornerstone of the world’s achieving “zero new infections” is the prevention of HIV transmission from mothers to their babies. The virtual elimination of HIV transmission from mother to child by 2015 is another shared goal within this vision of “getting to zero”.
In support of this, on World AIDS Day one of the Global Fund’s main private sector partners, (RED), will light up architectural landmarks in major cities around the world as part of their campaign dedicated to creating the world’s first “AIDS-free generation” by 2015. These include New York’s Empire State Building, Stock Exchange and screens in Times Square, the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, the London Eye, Hong Kong’s former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower, and Rio de Janeiro’s Congress Building – plus many more. In addition, (RED) is creating a “digital quilt” called (2015)Quilt, where celebrities and all (RED) supporters can sponsor a ‘patch’ and make a pledge of commitment to an AIDS-free generation.
Also on this day, the Global Fund is presenting its latest results update, which will show the progress in reaching people with prevention and treatment in Global Fund supported programs.
“The world is at a critical point right now in the global AIDS response, with millions of people on treatment,” said Prof. Michel Kazatchkine, Executive Director of the Global Fund. “But the enormous progress made in the last few years is at risk due to these difficult economic times, and still only one third of people living with HIV and in need of lifelong treatment are able to access it. We all need to redouble our efforts to make sure that millions more will be able to stay alive and healthy with continued support from the Global Fund.”
30 November 2011 - News Release
2011-11-30 Global Fund-supported programs see strong results amid funding challenges
30 November 2011 - Event
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in The Independent: Mothers, babies and HIV
World AIDS Campaign
The Global Fund is committed to the highest standards of accountability and responsibility. If you have heard of any instance of inappropriate use of money related to the Global Fund, please report it immediately, here: Report Fraud and Abuse
© 2015 The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria