Yulia is a tuberculosis (TB) outreach worker in Kharkiv, Ukraine. She works with 100% Life, the largest patient civil society organization in the country, which is also a Global Fund partner. In her role, she provides community-based health outreach ...
Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the deadliest infectious diseases in the world, killing over 1.5 million people every year. Even more devastating is that TB is preventable, treatable and curable – but too often people most at risk can’t access the t...
Ida Neni Haryanti remembers “falling in love with microscopes” when she first started working in a laboratory.
She also recalls being the first person in Indonesia’s Riau Islands province to collect a COVID-19 specimen.
Salisu and his wife Basira brought their 2-year-old son Maila to the local health center in Sabon-Gari in Kano State, Nigeria, as soon as he showed signs of fever. He started having convulsions and tested positive for malaria.
This year the world came together to Fight for What Counts – raising a record US$15.7 billion for the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment.
The Fight for What Counts campaign launched in February and culminated at the Seventh Replenishment Pledging...
Vadym is one of an estimated 14 million people who have had to flee their homes in search of safety due to the war in Ukraine. Now in the city of Lviv in the west of the country, safety and stability are still out of reach.