Videos

  • AIDS.TB.Malaria. Step Up the Fight.

    08 February 2019

    AIDS, TB and malaria were in retreat, but today they are fighting back. We know the terrible strength of these diseases, and they are starting to gain ground. We have come too far to let this happen. This year we decide – to save 16 million lives, to protect the progress we have made, and to continue the mission to end epidemics, or to let the gains slip from our grasp. We must step up the fight.
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    Saybatou's Life Mission

    31 August 2018

    Malaria is the biggest killer of children under the age of 5 in sub-Saharan Africa. During the rainy season – July to October – Saybatou Moussa and other community health workers go door-to-door to give preventive antimalarial medicine to young children in the city of Maradi, Niger.
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    Breaking Barriers. Building Bridges.

    20 July 2018

    Hear from the Global Fund partnership at the International AIDS Conference 2018.
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    On the March to End Malaria

    24 April 2018

    In Niger, everyday heroes have made the war against malaria their life mission. During the rainy season, when the disease strikes the most they meet families to dispense seasonal malaria chemoprevention to protect young children from the disease.
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    Fight Malaria to Save Children

    17 April 2018

    Children under the age of 5 are the most vulnerable to malaria. Seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) is a lifesaving preventive medication to protect young children from the disease during the rainy season.
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    Investing in HER to end HIV

    07 March 2018

    Sheryl Sandberg, Christine Lagarde, Prime Minister Erna Solberg, Her Excellency Monica Geingos and many others are speaking out in support of HER. Every day, over 1,000 adolescent girls and young women are infected with HIV. In the hardest hit countries, girls account for more than 80 percent of new infections among adolescents.
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