• 12 June 2019
    Our Global Health Security is Only as Strong as our Weakest Link

    By Roslyn Morauta

    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
  • 05 June 2019
    "We Are the Ones Who Are Going to End HIV"
    What is the global health community missing in its effort to support young women and girls to end HIV? At the Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver, we sat down with HER Voice ambassadors to explore answers to that question.
  • 05 June 2019
    Silence Is Bad for Women's Health

    By Linda Mafu, Head of Political and Civil Society Advocacy, the Global Fund

    As thousands gather for the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver this week, we have another opportunity to press forward with efforts to dismantle obstacles to achieving true gender equality. With this opportunity comes responsibility.
  • 25 April 2019
    Malaria Resurgence Is a Very Real Risk

    By Scott Filler, Malaria Team Leader

  • 21 March 2019
    Q&A: The Hunt for TB's "Missing Millions"

    By Eliud Wandwalo, Senior Disease Coordinator, TB, the Global Fund

    Millions of people with TB are missed from the diagnosis and treatment radar, says Dr. Eliud Wandwalo, Senior Disease Coordinator, TB, at the Global Fund. It's imperative we find them.
  • 12 October 2018
    Ending Epidemics and Building Health Systems

    By Peter Sands

  • 25 September 2018
    It’s Time to Confront TB Head On

    By Peter Sands, Executive Director

    There comes a time when all humanity must rise together to defeat a global threat, when nations must unite to reject an injustice. With the UN High-Level Meeting on tuberculosis in New York on 26 September, that time has arrived for the fight against...
  • 18 September 2018
    We Must Act Urgently to End HIV, TB and Malaria

    By Peter Sands

  • 20 August 2018
    "Kick Down Every Wall": My Journey through HIV Activism

    By Kate Thomson, Head of the Community, Rights and Gender Department at the Global Fund

    I was diagnosed with HIV in January 1987 – I was 26 years old and the first woman to receive a positive diagnosis in the hospital where I was tested. At that point, it took me two months to even make contact with another woman living with HIV.
  • 25 July 2018
    HIV: From Exceptionalism to Endgame

    By Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund

    "Advancing global health and strengthening the HIV response in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals" is a timely and compelling analysis of where we stand in the fight against HIV, and how the exceptionalism of the HIV effort should evolve in...