Resource Mobilization

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  • 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, private foundations and innovative financing initiatives. More than 50 donor governments have contributed to the Global Fund, with a total of more than US$30 billion.

  • As a public-private partnership, the Global Fund presents an exciting opportunity for private sector and non-government partners to make contributions that have a significant impact against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Businesses, social enterprises, philanthropic foundations and individuals contribute to the Global Fund through financial contributions, pro bono services and core competency partnerships, support for advocacy and governance, co-investments and more.

    In order for implementing countries to be able to plan effectively, the Global Fund organizes funding contributions in a three-year cycle, known as “replenishment.”

    At the beginning of each three-year period, the Board assesses the total amount of funding available based on the pledges and contributions received, and that is the basis for allocation of funding to countries for the following three years. Countries can submit a concept note for funding at any time during the replenishment period.

    The current replenishment period began in 2014 and continues through December 2016. The next replenishment will address financial support for 2017 to 2019. A preparatory meeting will be convened in late 2015, bringing together all stakeholders to discuss the status of the response to AIDS, TB and malaria along with global funding needs. A pledging conference will be held in 2016.

    An updated list of pledges and contributions is available.

    • Fourth Voluntary Global Fund Replenishment Pledges 2014-2016