News & Stories

  • Feature Story

    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, but now they dance and sing. Just days before Rwanda commemorated 25 years since the end of the genocide, these women and men – all community health workers – are gathered to celebrate the advances they have made in their communities, saving lives through treatment and prevention of diseases. Rarely has a country recovered so quickly after a catastrophe and made such progress.
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  • Updates

    Equal Salary Certification for the Global Fund

    20 September 2019

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  • Voices

    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 countries – pregnant women, children, older people and those living in rural areas – and their distress.
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  • News

    Global Fund Partnership has Saved 32 Million Lives

    19 September 2019

    Programs supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria have saved 32 million lives, according to a report released today. The Results Report 2019 shows great progress against some of the biggest challenges in the fight against the three diseases, while highlighting new threats.
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  • Updates

    Note on Global Fund Programmatic Results

    19 September 2019

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  • Updates

    Data Explorer Enhancements: Results

    19 September 2019

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