Strategy Development

Strategy Framework

The Global Fund Strategy Framework 2023-2028
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The Strategy Framework, approved by the Global Fund Board in July 2021, will guide the efforts of the Global Fund partnership over 2023-2028 to achieve its mission of ending AIDS, TB and malaria and contributing to achievement of SDG3. The new Strategy Framework is prioritized, maintains ending AIDS, TB and malaria as the Global Fund’s primary goal, and puts people and communities at the center of all our work.

The delivery of the Global Fund’s primary goal will be underpinned by four mutually reinforcing contributory objectives, building on concrete areas of Global Fund strength and comparative advantage: Maximizing People-centered Integrated Systems for Health to Deliver Impact, Resilience and Sustainability, with integrated, people-centered systems for health at their core; Maximizing the Engagement and Leadership of Most Affected Communities to Leave No One Behind; Maximizing Health Equity, Gender Equality and Human Rights, and Mobilizing Increased Resources. Each of these individual objectives is vital to accelerate impact against the three diseases, but by supporting all four areas together the Global Fund will catalyze system- and society-wide impact that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Adapting to the global context, the Global Fund will work collaboratively with actors across the global health architecture under the evolving objective Contribute to Pandemic Preparedness and Response (PPR), to build the resilience and sustainability of HIV, TB and malaria programs and of systems for health to better prepare for and prevent future pandemics.

The Partnership Enablers section will outline the core elements of the Global Fund partnership, including how the broader partnership will need to evolve and be strengthened to deliver the new Strategy in the contemporary global environment and reach the 2030 targets. Across the partnership, we will support catalytic, people-centered HIV, TB and malaria investments tailored to local context to maximize impact, equity, quality and build sustainability, based on country owned plans aligned with global technical strategies, and delivered through a strengthened, inclusive partnership model.

The Strategy Framework is guiding the development of the Strategy Narrative, which will describe the detailed areas of work to be taken forward in the next Strategy and associated accountabilities across the partnership, and is expected to be approved by the Board in November 2021.