• 21 September 2018
    “Every person I can help makes my own experience a little less painful.”
    Ammar Mohammad Abu-Adel started smoking as a young man in Iraq, where he worked delivering bread every day starting at 6 AM. When he developed a bad cough, he thought nothing of it.
  • 21 September 2018
    “Tomorrow can be different.”
    Dalal Mohammad has dark, warm eyes and a long thin face framed by a navy blue headscarf. She has seen a lot, and the wrinkles around her eyes run deep.
  • 21 September 2018
    Hope, Health, Love
    Svetlana met Alexander in the TB hospital ward in the western Belarus city, Grodno. Perhaps not the typical setting for a love story. But every love story starts somewhere.
  • 21 September 2018
    Solima and her Son Shahid: A Rohingya Refugee’s Story
    “I remember that day very clearly because we did not celebrate Eid. We fled the village in our home in Myanmar just before the evening prayers. We left with no belongings, we only took the children. We did not even close the door of our house.”
  • 02 August 2018
    A Life on Pause
    This is Anastasia Novikova. She’s 17 and she’s in the fight of her life.
  • 19 June 2018
    Displaced: In Search of Peace and Health
    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 ...
  • 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.
  • 22 March 2018
    Facing the World's Most Deadly Infectious Disease
    Curable, but contagious. Preventable, but potentially fatal. 4,600 deaths every day. This is reality of tuberculosis.
  • Fight for What Counts: People and Impact
    We have faced impossible odds before, and we can do it again. When the Global Fund was created 20 years ago, HIV, TB and malaria seemed unbeatable. But we have proven that with science, adequate resources and effective global collaboration, we can fo...