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    TICAD Pledges to Spur More Investments in Global Health

    30 August 2019

    The Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) made a strong pledge by Africa and Japan to invest in health in efforts to end infectious diseases, strengthen health systems and deliver universal health coverage.
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    Audit of Grants in Nepal

    28 August 2019


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    5 Days, 5 Pledges

    28 August 2019


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  • News

    Republic of Korea Reaffirms Its Commitment to the Fight Against TB and Malaria

    27 August 2019

    The Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today hosted partners and advocates in a high-level symposium on Korea’s enhanced engagement and leadership in the fight to end malaria and tuberculosis as epidemics.
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    Global Fund Applauds Germany’s Major Pledge Increase

    25 August 2019

    The Global Fund praised Germany today for demonstrating outstanding leadership in global health with a strong commitment to help end the epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria and build stronger and more sustainable health systems around the world. During the G7 Summit in Biarritz, France, Chancellor Angela Merkel announced a pledge of €1 billion for the upcoming three-year period, representing a 17.6% increase.
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    Global Fund Welcomes Italy’s Increased Contribution

    25 August 2019

    The Global Fund welcomed the government of Italy’s announcement that it will contribute €161 million to the Global Fund over the next three years. This pledge – representing a 15% increase from Italy’s previous contribution – is a clear demonstration of the country’s commitment to end the epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte made the announcement during the G7 Summit in Biarritz.
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