Private and nongovernment partners help Global Fund-supported disease and health systems programs work better by sharing their knowledge, skills and technologies. Our partners tackle critical and complex challenges in program implementation, operations and delivery. Often in the form of in-kind resources, these contributions enhance efficiency, increase effectiveness, support cost effectiveness, create innovative solutions and leverage new technologies.
Some of our innovative partnerships:
Africa Health Business
Africa Health Business, a health consultancy based in Nairobi, supports the Global Fund by working with businesses to increase their engagement in health. Africa Health Business aims to create public-private partnerships in Africa, build the voice and advocacy of business leaders, mobilize resources, and find innovative solutions to fight HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
The Global Fund’s partnership with GBCHealth leverages a network of over 200 companies committed to investing their resources and capabilities to strengthen supply chain management across Africa. A new platform coordinated by GBCHealth and intended to grow to include a diverse range of sectors enables the engagement of the great range and depth of corporate core competencies such as cold chain, route to market optimization, and last mile delivery – contributing to increasing medicine availability and improving supply chain efficiencies.
The Global Fund’s partnership with PharmAccess Foundation supports African countries to accelerate progress toward universal health coverage by harnessing digital technology. PharmAccess, a Dutch nongovernmental organization with a presence in Africa, is dedicated to championing the development of mobile and digital technology platforms to expand access to affordable health care in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Global Fund’s partnership with Roche focuses on addressing two critical gaps in health systems – strengthening in-country capacity in managing health care waste and lab sample transport – by tapping into and adapting best practices and core competencies from Roche.
ViiV Healthcare, through its Positive Action programs and partnership with the Global Fund, continues to empower adolescent girls, young women and their communities to take the lead in shaping and driving community-led responses to the HIV epidemic. As part of its three-year strategic partnership with the Global Fund, ViiV supports the next phase of HER Voice. Specifically, it focuses on financing and capacity building among adolescent girls’ and young women’s groups to improve programmatic effectiveness, strengthen participation in Global Fund country processes and build the capacity of organizations and networks of young women. Learn more