Feature Stories

The Global Fund / Vincent Becker

  • Feature Story

    Young Women at the Epicenter of HIV

    29 November 2018

    The world has cut the number of AIDS-related deaths in half since the peak in 2005. But in many countries, HIV infections remain extremely high among key populations among adolescent girls and young women. Globally, nearly 1,000 girls and young women are infected with HIV every day.
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    Tuberculosis: Faces of the Fight

    25 September 2018

    TB touches real people and communities across the globe, often in their prime of life. They have names and faces. Here are some of their stories, and those of people taking tangible steps to drive progress.
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    A Life on Pause

    02 August 2018

    This is Anastasia Novikova. She’s 17 and she’s in the fight of her life.
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    Displaced: In Search of Peace and Health

    19 June 2018

    When people flee their homes and communities because of conflict, poverty or persecution, they also leave behind family doctors and village clinics. The Global Fund partnership works across the world to address the health needs of refugees, wherever they go, providing prevention, treatment and care.
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    Lifeline

    14 May 2018

    When tuberculosis strikes, it’s the beginning of a long journey for the patient. Standard “drug-susceptible” TB requires taking four antimicrobial drugs every day for at least six months.
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    Facing the World's Most Deadly Infectious Disease

    22 March 2018

    Curable, but contagious. Preventable, but potentially fatal. 4,600 deaths every day. This is reality of tuberculosis.
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