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    Patricia Moser Elected Chair of Technical Review Panel
    20 August 2019
    The Technical Review Panel, a group of independent experts who review requests for funding to the Global Fund, has elected Dr. Patricia Moser as its new chair.
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    Time to Act on the 2018 TB Commitments
    06 August 2019
    Nearly one year after the first United Nations High-Level Meeting on Tuberculosis, the Stop TB Partnership, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the World Health Organization call for immediate action to implement the commitments made by heads of state and governments.
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    Leading Artists and Athletes Pledge to Help End AIDS, TB and Malaria for Future Generations
    31 July 2019
    Global artists including Sir Elton John, Charlize Theron, Zara Larsson, Penélope Cruz, Annie Lennox, Ed Sheeran, David Oyelowo, Freida Pinto, Trevor Noah, Jennifer Garner, Thandie Newton, Diane Kruger, Simon Pegg, Neil Patrick Harris and Youssou N’Dour, among others, have signed an open letter to 7-year-olds promising to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics by 2030 – the year the children will become adults.
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    Global Fund Praises UK for Increasing Pledge by 16 Percent
    29 June 2019
    The Global Fund congratulated the United Kingdom for demonstrating outstanding leadership in global health with a strong commitment to help end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria and save millions of lives around the world.
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    Global Fund Welcomes Japan’s Commitment to Save One Million Lives
    24 June 2019
    The Global Fund praised the great leadership by the Government of Japan for its renewed, strong commitment against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria with funding that will contribute to saving one million lives in the coming three-year period.
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    Sir Elton John and President Macron Call for $14 Billion for Global Fund Replenishment
    21 June 2019
    Sir Elton John joined French President Emmanuel Macron to call on the world to raise at least US$14 billion for the Global Fund to save 16 million lives over the next three years. The two addressed supporters of the Solidays music festival after President Macron presented Sir Elton the Légion d’honneur, France’s highest award, for his lifetime contribution to the arts and the fight against HIV.