Announcement - 24 July 2015
Joint Call Regarding Health Crisis in Donbas, East Ukraine
News Release - 24 July 2015
Gavi and Global Fund Welcome Progress Toward Potential Malaria Vaccine
Global Fund Statement on International Investment in Global Health
Announcement - 21 July 2015
Ecobank Expands Partnership to Senegal
News Release - 20 July 2015
Breakthrough Global Agreement Sharply Lowers Price of Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV
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24 July 2015
New Malaria Vaccine: Potential to Save Lives
16 July 2015
Michel Sidibe on How AIDS Changed Everything
Transgender Talk: Preventing the Spread of HIV in Cambodia
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As one of the four integral pillars of the Fund’s governance framework (joining the
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Demonstrating the continuing innovation of the Global Fund, the Partnership Forum is an innovative model of consultation and broad discussion rather than a single ‘event’. While culminating in a Partnership Forum meeting every few years, recommendations start to take their shape from on-line discussions, partner-led consultations, and a variety of internal and external discussions.
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In order to be best prepared for future challenges and opportunities, the Global Fund has started the process of developing its new strategy. This new strategy, commencing from 2017, is expected to be adopted by the Board of the Global Fund in spring 2016. It will guide our partnership’s work in a crucial moment in the fight against the three diseases. The e-Forum is an integral part of this extensive consultation process.
The Global Fund E-Forum 2015
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Meeting Report, Bangkok, 24-25 June 2015
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Meeting Report, Addis Ababa, 7-8 May 2015
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Partnership Forum Focuses on Strategy
20 April 2015 -
Global Fund Launches Online Platform for Strategy Development
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