Australia is a longstanding partner of the Global Fund, contributing a total AUD 979.31 million to date. In 2022, Australia pledged AUD 266 million for the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment. This commitment, covering 2023-2025, demonstrates Australia’s recognition of the role that its financial contributions play in fighting diseases and in supporting countries to build resilient and sustainable systems for health, which are essential in preparing for emerging health threats in the Indo-Pacific region. For the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment, covering 2020-2022, Australia pledged AUD 242 million.
Australia was the second country to join the Global Fund’s debt conversion initiative, Debt2Health. In 2016, Indonesia agreed with Australia to invest the equivalent of AUD 37.5 million to support its national TB program through the Global Fund, in exchange for Australia’s cancellation of the equivalent of AUD 75 million of Indonesia’s debt to Australia.
As of: end 2021
Data updated on: 14 December 2022
Contributions listed exclude technical assistance. Portions of Australia’s 2017-2019 and 2020-2022 pledges were reserved for technical assistance.
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