News & Stories

  • Sourcing & Management
    The Supply Chain Roadmap
    02 December 2021
    Robust and resilient supply ecosystems are essential to support the fight against HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. COVID-19 has put enormous pressure on health systems worldwide, with a clear need to strengthen and accelerate the development of su...
  • Blog
    The Next Chapter of Our Fight Against HIV
    01 December 2021
    Pandemics exacerbate and thrive on inequity. They find the fissures in our societies and deepen them. As a result, the poorest and most marginalized always suffer the most...
  • Feature Stories
    World AIDS Day 2021
    01 December 2021
    This year marks 40 years since the first cases of AIDS were reported, and 20 years since the world created the Global Fund to help defeat HIV. In that time, over 77 million people have become infected with HIV and over 36 million have died from AIDS-...
  • Feature Stories
    In Ukraine, Voices From the Front Lines, Fighting Inequality To End AIDS
    29 November 2021
    Over the last two decades, the world has made tremendous progress in the fight against HIV. In countries where the Global Fund invests, AIDS-related deaths have dropped by 65% since the Global Fund was founded 20 years ago. But progress has not been ...
  • Blog
    Self-testing: A Vital Tool To End HIV
    29 November 2021
    My first assignment out of medical school was in Burkina Faso. This was in 2004, at the peak of the AIDS epidemic, and it was my first contact with the disease in sub-Saharan Africa...
  • News
    Current Testing Tools Uncompromised by New COVID-19 Variant of Concern Omicron (B.1.1.529)
    29 November 2021
    The accuracy of existing molecular (PCR, NAAT) tests appears uncompromised by COVID-19 variant Omicron (B.1.1.529), designated a Variant of Concern by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday. Preliminary evidence suggests that this is also true...
  • Sourcing & Management
    The Supply Chain Roadmap
    02 December 2021
    Robust and resilient supply ecosystems are essential to support the fight against HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. COVID-19 has put enormous pressure on health systems worldwide, with a clear need to strengthen and accelerate the development of su...
  • Updates
    Nienke Mulder Joins the Global Fund as Head of Human Resources
    22 November 2021
    The Global Fund is pleased to announce that Nienke Mulder will join the Global Fund in the role of Chief Human Resources Officer.
  • Sourcing & Management
    Placing Orders and Procuring Health Products for 2022
    05 November 2021
    While the Global Fund’s assessment of health product supply disruption has been moderate overall during the past 18 months, supply challenges are increasing as a result of growing international freight capacity constraints. Those challenges are likel...
  • Updates
    African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States: Regional Impact Report
    28 October 2021
    Confronted with the challenges posed by COVID-19, the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) seeks to protect hard-won gains in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria and continue to build resilient and sustainable systems for health tha...
  • Updates
    TB Quarterly Update: Innovative Approaches to Finding and Treating Missing People with TB
    27 October 2021
    This is the first Tuberculosis (TB) Quarterly Update. It will be produced on a quarterly basis to share information on the achievements, tools, guidance, best practices and highlights of the TB Strategic Initiative and other TB-related activities.
  • Updates
    Ethics Resources for Country Coordinating Mechanisms: New e-learning Module
    25 October 2021
    A new e-learning module has been launched to help Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCM) maintain high standards of ethics and integrity in their work and decision making. The new module focuses on integrity (including conflict of interest management)...
  • Feature Stories
    Rwanda: A Nation Reborn
    20 September 2019
    Twenty-five years ago, this serene neighborhood in northern Rwanda was caught up in the horrific genocide, which took more than 800,000 lives across the country. Today, a group of women and men are gathered at the same area that saw such violence, bu...
  • Blog
    Next Stop: Universal Health Coverage for all Africans
    19 September 2019
    One million people worldwide do not have access to basic health care due to a lack of financial resources or proximity of services. Behind this figure, we can only imagine the difficulties faced every day by the most vulnerable people in developing c...
  • Blog
    TICAD is a Great Path to Sustainable Global Prosperity
    28 August 2019
    For the seventh time in the last 25 years, African and Japanese leaders will meet again this month to chart the way forward for a future of shared prosperity for Africa, Japan and the world. Through Tokyo International Conference on African Developme...
  • Feature Stories
    Tackling Human Rights Barriers to Health Care in South Africa
    21 August 2019
    South Africa has made huge strides in the battle against HIV and TB, but severe challenges persist. This is especially true for people in key populations, who face the additional hurdles of stigma and a range of human-rights barriers to health servic...
  • Feature Stories
    Faces of the Fight
    10 September 2019
    The fight against HIV, TB and malaria has many faces. They span ages and geographies and gender. Their diversity shows us that these diseases don’t affect one “type” of person. We can all see ourselves in these champions – in their challenges, their ...
  • Blog
    Our Global Health Security is Only as Strong as our Weakest Link
    12 June 2019
    Investing in health is one of the best ways to build a better future. Healthy societies are more stable and equal; and have stronger and more productive economies