The Global Fund raises financing in multiyear cycles known as “replenishments.” The Fifth Replenishment is soliciting funding for the three-year period from 2017 to 2019.
Fundraising efforts began in December 2015 with a preparatory meeting held in Tokyo, Japan and culminated in the Global Fund Fifth Replenishment Conference, which took place in Montréal, Canada on 16-17 September 2016.
The Fifth Replenishment mobilized US$12.9 billion for the next three years, which will enable Global Fund-supported programs to:
- Save up to 14 million lives, for a total of 36 million lives saved by 2020
- Build on the results achieved and prevent the resurgence of the diseases
- Avert up to 194 million new infections
- Support partners in domestic investment of US$35 billion toward the three diseases
- Deliver US$230 billion in economic gains
Approximately 500 participants joined the conference in Montréal, including all Global Fund partners, implementers, donors, nongovernmental organizations, communities affected by HIV, TB and malaria, and representatives from international organizations, the private sector and private foundations. More information is on Global Affairs Canada Fifth Replenishment Conference website.
The amount raised in the replenishment is the basis for determining the allocation of funding to countries for 2017 to 2019. A list of pledges and contributions is available below.
Resource mobilization efforts are ongoing, working with existing donors, potential donors, foundations and high-net-worth individuals to encourage, grow and sustain support for the men, women and children living with the diseases.
The Global Fund partnership has made tremendous progress against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. As of September 2016, programs supported by the Global Fund have saved 20 million lives.
Building on these breathtaking results, the global community has a unique opportunity to renew and expand its ambition, and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals target: ending HIV, TB and malaria as epidemics by 2030. We have a model that works – now is the time to ensure it has the funds to end the epidemics for good.