Resource Mobilization

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The Global Fund / John Rae

The Global Fund raises funding in three-year cycles known as Replenishments.

Financing comes primarily from the public sector, with approximately 95 percent of total funding coming from donor governments and the remaining 5 percent from the private sector, private foundations and innovative financing initiatives.

Sixth Replenishment

The Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment will raise funding for 2020 through 2022. France will host the Replenishment Conference in October 2019 to raise new funds and mobilize partners toward ending AIDS, TB and malaria by 2030 in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals.

The Global Fund needs to raise at least US$14 billion to fund programs to fight the three diseases and build stronger health systems in the three-year cycle. Read more.

In advance of the conference, the Government of India will host a Preparatory Meeting in February 2019. Read more.

Fifth Replenishment

Fundraising efforts for the Fifth Replenishment, covering 2017 through 2019, began in December 2015 with a Preparatory Meeting in Tokyo, Japan and continued with the Fifth Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada in September 2016.

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.

Demonstrating extraordinary global commitment to ending the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, donors pledged US$12.9 billion at the conference. A list of pledges is available below. Read more.

The amount raised supports programs to save 14 million lives in the three-year period beginning in 2017, bringing the total lives saved by the Global Fund partnership to 36 million by the end of 2019. Those programs will also avert up to 194 million new infections or cases of HIV, TB and malaria. Global Fund support will further catalyze US$35 billion in domestic finance for health and drive US$230 billion in economic gains.

The funding was also the basis for determining the allocation of funding to countries for 2017 through 2019.

Published 11 January 2019