France is a founding member of the Global Fund. It is the largest European donor and the second largest public donor overall, with a total contribution of €6.48 billion to date.
At the Seventh Replenishment Conference in September 2022, France pledged €1.596 billion – a 23% increase from its previous contribution. This pledge signaled the country’s strong commitment to positioning global health as a priority of French development policy, which is also reflected in its recent global health strategy for 2023-2027.
France hosted the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference in October 2019. At the Conference, in an unprecedented show of global solidarity, the Global Fund mobilized more than US$14 billion, including €1.296 billion from France, a 20% increase compared to its pledge at the Fifth Replenishment.
France remains committed to increasing its overall official development assistance to 0.7% by 2030 and to 0.7% by 2025. Health, climate, education and gender equality are among the ten top development priorities of France. They are also major priorities for the Global Fund.
In support to the Global Fund and as part of its contribution, France is also implementing technical cooperation support through “L’Initiative”.
As of: end 2023
Data updated on: 01 February 2024
Contributions listed exclude technical assistance. Portions of France's 2011-2013, 2014-2016, 2017-2019 and 2020-2022 pledges were reserved for technical assistance.
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