The Global Fund is continuously looking for new partnerships and funding sources required to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics.
The broad range of private and nongovernment partners engaging with the Global Fund understand that investing in health equals investing in markets, people and the long-term profitability of their businesses. Partnering with the Global Fund also brings visibility, recognition and opportunities to further develop businesses.
Investing in health yields great returns: health improvements drove one-quarter of full income growth in developing countries between 2000 and 2011. The Global Fund partnership leverages economies of scale, innovative public-private approaches and an effective pooled procurement mechanism to provide the best value for money for global health investments. Improvements to Global Fund procurement and supply chains have saved more than US$850 million over five years – money that countries now use to save more lives and improve systems. Read more on our Results page.
The Global Fund is consistently rated highly in independent government and multilateral development reviews for exceptional performance, transparency and impact. The Global Fund has zero tolerance for corruption or fraud. Strict controls and monitoring systems are in place to avoid misuse of funds, and an independent inspector general conducts and publicly publishes audits and investigations. In case of misappropriation of funds, the Global Fund pursues recoveries so that no money is lost to fraud.
The Global Fund’s Framework on Private Sector Engagement [ download in English ] , endorsed by the Global Fund Board through decision point GF/B40/DP04, outlines key principles and considerations to guide our engagement with the private sector, supported by robust due diligence processes.
Contact the Global Fund’s Private Sector Engagement team to discuss how you can take your place in this historic opportunity: .