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 - 31 October 2014
Johannes Hunger Appointed as Head of Strategic Information
Announcement - 22 October 2014
WHO Says Improved Data Show More Cases of TB
News Release - 29 September 2014
Luxembourg Raises Contribution to the Global Fund
Announcement - 26 September 2014
Landmark HIV Diagnostic Access Program Will Save $150m
News Release - 23 September 2014
Major Push for Domestic Financing for Health
Turning the Tide Against HIV and Tuberculosis: Global Fund Investment Guidance for Eastern Europe and Central Asia
30 October 2014
Fighting HIV in Quito’s Red Light District
24 October 2014
Neighbors Helping Neighbors in the Fight Against Malaria
16 October 2014
Using Drama for a Drama-Free Pregnancy
Global Fund financing comes primarily from the public sector, with approximately 95 percent of total funding coming from donor governments and the remaining 5 percent coming from the private sector and innovative financing initiatives.
As of end 2013, the top ten donor countries in terms of amount contributed were:
In 2013 the Global Fund held its Fourth Replenishment, seeking funding for the 2014-2016 period. A total of US$12 billion was pledged during the replenishment conference held in December 2013, which was held in Washington D.C. and which was hosted by the U.S. government. However, it is important to note that this event was not the end of the replenishment efforts, and pledges continue to be received from some donor governments as well as other contributors.
From 2002 up to 2016, a total of 56 donor governments have pledged US$42 billion and paid in US$30 billion. Four countries also contribute to the Global Fund through the debt swaps agreed with donor governments under the Debt2Health initiative. An updated list of pledges and contributions can be found here.
Donor governments are represented on the Global Fund’s Board, which meets at least twice annually. Of the 20 Board Members with voting rights, eight represent donor government constituencies.
It is the Global Fund’s policy that public sector money cannot be “earmarked” for specific needs or programs, and that the allocation of funding is the responsibility of the Board of the Global Fund.
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Pledges and Contributions
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Annual Financial Report 2013
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Interim Financial Report - June 2014
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Report on Import Duties and Internal Taxes - 2013
Audits and Investigations
Funding and Spending
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