What Is Replenishment?
The Global Fund pools the world’s resources to invest strategically in programs to fight HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria, build resilient and sustainable systems for health and strengthen pandemic preparedness. Our financing primarily comes from the public sector, with 94% of our funding coming from donor governments. The remaining funding comes from the private sector, foundations and innovative financing initiatives.
The Global Fund raises and invests money in three-year cycles known as Replenishments. This three-year approach was adopted in 2005 to enable more stable and predictable financing for countries and to ensure ongoing program continuity. The Sixth Replenishment resource mobilization cycle, which runs from 2020-2022, is coming to an end this year. In September 2022, we will launch our Seventh Replenishment fundraising cycle, which will run from 2023-2025.
Over the past 20 years, our unique partnership has invested more than US$55 billion, saving 44 million lives and reducing the combined death rate from HIV, TB and malaria by more than half in the countries in which the Global Fund invests. But now the world is in crisis again. The Global Fund is calling on the world to fight for what counts and mobilize US$18 billion. This will save 20 million lives, prevent more than 450 million infections, and reinforce systems for health and pandemic preparedness.