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    • As the Global Fund seeks new funding for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, Charlize Theron, Bono, Bill Gates, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and others call on world leaders to be the generation to defeat the three pandemics. “The moment is right now” says Charlize Theron, speaking of the critical turning point of progress through science, dropping infection rates and expanded efforts to prevent and treat the three pandemics. Support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

      Be the Generation to Defeat AIDS, TB & Malaria ft Charlize Theron & Bono

      As the Global Fund seeks new funding for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, Charlize Theron, Bono, Bill Gates, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and others call on world leaders to be the generation to defeat the three pandemics. “The moment is right now” says Charlize Theron, speaking of the critical turning point of progress through science, dropping infection rates and expanded efforts to prevent and treat the three pandemics. Support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
    • Half a million South Africans get sick with TB every year. Around the world, more than 8 million fall ill and 1.4 million people die of TB annually. But most TB can be cured with a 6 month course of treatment. Over the past decade, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has supported treatment for 8.6 million people in more than 100 countries. And progress against TB is evident:  Since 2006 the total number of TB cases worldwide has been falling.

      Zandile in South Africa: TB Treatment Makes a Difference

      Half a million South Africans get sick with TB every year. Around the world, more than 8 million fall ill and 1.4 million people die of TB annually. But most TB can be cured with a 6 month course of treatment. Over the past decade, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has supported treatment for 8.6 million people in more than 100 countries. And progress against TB is evident: Since 2006 the total number of TB cases worldwide has been falling.
    • In commemoration of World AIDS Day, the Global Fund share the milestones achieved by countries with Global Fund support. Because together we can do great things

      The Global Fund. Investing in the Fight Against AIDS.

      In commemoration of World AIDS Day, the Global Fund share the milestones achieved by countries with Global Fund support. Because together we can do great things
    • EVER WONDER HOW (RED) WORKS? When you choose to buy (RED), a portion of the profits goes directly to the Global Fund and is invested in HIV/AIDS programs in Africa. See (RED) dollars at work on the ground in Lesotho. (BUY)RED, SAVES LIVES. Find out more at <a href="http://www.joinred.com">http://www.joinred.com</a>

      Tracking the (RED) Dollar

      EVER WONDER HOW (RED) WORKS? When you choose to buy (RED), a portion of the profits goes directly to the Global Fund and is invested in HIV/AIDS programs in Africa. See (RED) dollars at work on the ground in Lesotho. (BUY)RED, SAVES LIVES. Find out more at <a href="http://www.joinred.com">http://www.joinred.com</a>
    • In January 2012, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS TB and Malaria marks the end of its first decade and looks ahead to the next. The Global Fund has contributed to dramatic gains in health and development over the past decade: In ten years, millions of people have received treatment for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria who otherwise would have died. Featuring founders and well-known friends and advocates of the Fund: Bill Gates, Zackie Achmat, Bono, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Bill Clinton, Milly Katana, Yoshiro Mori, and Mphu Ramatlapeng, Jeffrey Sachs, Tony Blair.

      The Global Fund: 10 Years of Impact

      In January 2012, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS TB and Malaria marks the end of its first decade and looks ahead to the next. The Global Fund has contributed to dramatic gains in health and development over the past decade: In ten years, millions of people have received treatment for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria who otherwise would have died. Featuring founders and well-known friends and advocates of the Fund: Bill Gates, Zackie Achmat, Bono, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Bill Clinton, Milly Katana, Yoshiro Mori, and Mphu Ramatlapeng, Jeffrey Sachs, Tony Blair.
    • Today the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria released its end-year results for 2012 showing substantial increase of people being treated for HIV and in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of the virus with 4.2 million people on ARV treatment. Important progress has also been made against Tuberculosis and Malaria. By end of 2012 9,7 million cases of TB have been treated and 310 million nets have been distributed.

      The Global Fund's 2012 End-Year Results at a Glance

      Today the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria released its end-year results for 2012 showing substantial increase of people being treated for HIV and in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of the virus with 4.2 million people on ARV treatment. Important progress has also been made against Tuberculosis and Malaria. By end of 2012 9,7 million cases of TB have been treated and 310 million nets have been distributed.
    • In January 2012, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS TB and Malaria marks the end of its first decade and looks ahead to the next. The Global Fund has contributed to dramatic gains in health and development over the past decade: In ten years, millions of people have received treatment for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria who otherwise would have died. Featuring founders and well-known friends and advocates of the Fund: Bill Gates, Zackie Achmat, Bono, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Bill Clinton, Milly Katana, Yoshiro Mori, and Mphu Ramatlapeng, Jeffrey Sachs, Tony Blair.

      The Global Fund: 10 Years of Impact

      In January 2012, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS TB and Malaria marks the end of its first decade and looks ahead to the next. The Global Fund has contributed to dramatic gains in health and development over the past decade: In ten years, millions of people have received treatment for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria who otherwise would have died. Featuring founders and well-known friends and advocates of the Fund: Bill Gates, Zackie Achmat, Bono, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Bill Clinton, Milly Katana, Yoshiro Mori, and Mphu Ramatlapeng, Jeffrey Sachs, Tony Blair.
    • End-year results for 2012 showing substantial increase of people being treated for HIV and in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of the virus with 4.2 million people on ARV treatment. Important progress has also been made against Tuberculosis and Malaria. By end of 2012 9,7 million cases of TB have been treated and 310 million nets have been distributed.

      The Global Fund's 2012 End-Year Results at a Glance

      End-year results for 2012 showing substantial increase of people being treated for HIV and in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of the virus with 4.2 million people on ARV treatment. Important progress has also been made against Tuberculosis and Malaria. By end of 2012 9,7 million cases of TB have been treated and 310 million nets have been distributed.
    • Each year on December 1 we observe World AIDS Day as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with the virus, and remember people who've died. <a href="http://www.thegatesnotes.com/GatesNotesV2/Topics/Health/On-World-AIDS-Day-a-Call-to-Action">On World AIDS Day, a Call to Action</a>

      The Gates Notes: On World AIDS Day, a Call to Action

      Each year on December 1 we observe World AIDS Day as an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with the virus, and remember people who've died. <a href="http://www.thegatesnotes.com/GatesNotesV2/Topics/Health/On-World-AIDS-Day-a-Call-to-Action">On World AIDS Day, a Call to Action</a>
    • Ten News Coverage of the Access to Life exhibition leading up to World Aids Day 2012 with Simon Bland, Board Chair of the Global Fund & Chris Steele-Perkins, Magnum photographer

      Ten News Coverage of Access to Life exhibition

      Ten News Coverage of the Access to Life exhibition leading up to World Aids Day 2012 with Simon Bland, Board Chair of the Global Fund & Chris Steele-Perkins, Magnum photographer
    • An introduction to the Global Fund. The Global Fund was created to save lives. Since it was founded in 2002, it has changed the way world is working to defeat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. In this short film are portrayed some of the Global Fund's achievements thus far, and the prospect for a world where AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria can be overcome.

      The Global Fund: Together We Can Do Great Things

      An introduction to the Global Fund. The Global Fund was created to save lives. Since it was founded in 2002, it has changed the way world is working to defeat AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. In this short film are portrayed some of the Global Fund's achievements thus far, and the prospect for a world where AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria can be overcome.
  • Be the Generation to Defeat AIDS, TB & Malaria ft Charlize Theron & Bono

    As the Global Fund seeks new funding for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, Charlize Theron, Bono, Bill Gates, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and others call on world leaders to be the generation to defeat the three pandemics. “The moment is right now” says Charlize Theron, speaking of the critical turning point of progress through science, dropping infection rates and expanded efforts to prevent and treat the three pandemics. Support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

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