Remarkable progress in the fight against AIDS, and malaria has been made in recent years, and our unique partnership model has been crucial to this success. More than ever before, we need to support countries in their efforts to revitalize and sustain the fight against HIV, TB and malaria, step up investment in the critical components of health systems, strengthen pandemic preparedness and tackle barriers to accessing health care and services.
Our financing is primarily from the public sector, with 94% of total funding coming from donor governments. The remaining funding comes from the private sector, foundations and innovative financing initiatives.
The Global Fund raises much of its funding in three-year cycles known as Replenishments. During a Replenishment, governments, private sector donors and foundations pledge resources to meet the Global Fund’s needs.
We are entering our Seventh Replenishment cycle, covering the period 2023-2025, and we are asking for at least US$18 billion to fight HIV, TB and malaria and build stronger systems for health, which reinforce pandemic preparedness.
We also raise funds outside of Replenishment cycles through partnerships and innovative finance mechanisms. We are constantly seeking new ideas and partnerships that can help us mobilize the resources we need to meet our goals.