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    Global Fund Partners Unite to Fight
    09 April 2020
    The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today unanimously approved a new response mechanism to support countries respond to COVID-19 and mitigate the impact on programs to fight HIV, TB, malaria and systems for health, effectively doubling the amount of available funding to up to US$1 billion.
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    Japan Secures $476 million Contribution to the Global Fund
    27 March 2020
    The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria welcomes the Japanese Diet’s passage of the fiscal 2019 supplementary budget and the fiscal 2020 budget, which includes Japan’s contribution of US$476.4 million to the Global Fund in 2020. This is its largest annual contribution to the Global Fund, signaling Japan’s strong leadership in global health, at a time when the world is fighting COVID-19.
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    Global Fund Supports 11 Countries in Response to COVID-19
    20 March 2020
    The Global Fund announced today that 11 countries have so far used financial assistance from the Global Fund in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Global Fund Issues New Guidance in Response to COVID-19
    04 March 2020
    The Global Fund announced today new guidance to enable countries to strengthen their response to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, by using existing grants in a swift, nimble and pragmatic way.
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    Carrying the Torch
    21 February 2020
    Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, has been selected as a torchbearer for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Torch Relay.
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    Angola: Seeking Better Pathways to Fight Epidemics
    05 February 2020
    Dr. Donald Kaberuka, the Chair of the Global Fund Board, visited Angola in January 2020, at the invitation of President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço. Dr. Kaberuka met with the president and other senior government officials to discuss important measures Angola can take to improve impact in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria in the country, where progress has stalled.