Funding from diverse sources is essential to scaling up and winning the fight against the three diseases. Private sector and nongovernment partners invest directly in the Global Fund or provide resources aligned with Global Fund efforts.
Some our resource mobilization partnerships include:
Philanthropic investment platforms
Pooled health funds
Pooled private sector-led platforms
High net worth individuals
Human Crescent and the Global Fund began a partnership in 2018 to provide Muslims and Islamic institutions around the world with a powerful way to scale up the impact of their zakah, or charitable almsgiving, through collective funding and focus. Human Crescent pledged US$10 million for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment, focusing on displaced people in need, including refugees, internally displaced people and migrants.
Le Nu Thuy Duong, KN Cam Ranh Company Limited
Le Nu Thuy Duong, a recreation and real estate professional, joined the Indochina Health Partnership in 2019, along with the Dhanin Tawee Chearavanont Foundation of Thailand, to fight TB and malaria in the Greater Mekong. As part of the partnership, through KN Cam Ranh Company Limited she pledged US$1 million for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment to support TB programs in her native Viet Nam. Ms. Duong also pledged US$1 million in in-kind contributions to organize an annual charity golf event to support the M2030 partnership.
The M2030 partnership brings health organizations, businesses and consumers together under the goal of eliminating malaria in Asia by 2030. The Global Fund joined in April 2018 and directs funds raised through the partnership toward malaria programs in Asia, ultimately saving more lives on the continent. M2030 raises funds and awareness through, for example, specially-branded products and services available to consumers.
Plan International and Plan Canada
Plan International and Plan Canada’s pledge of CAD 3.9 million for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment, covering 2020-2022, will help Global Fund-supported programs scale up access to services and promote human rights and gender equality in western Africa with a focus on adolescent girls and young women programming. Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organization working in 77 countries to advance children’s rights and equality for girls. In 2019, it reached 21.6 million girls and 18.2 million boys through its programming.