Videos


  • 27 July 2022
    Voices of the Fight For What Counts
    The voices of the Global Fund movement – partners, advocates, communities – are calling on the world to #FightForWhatCounts to save 20 million more lives. The Global Fund needs at least $18 billion to make this happen. In September 2022, world leader...
  • 26 July 2022
    An HIV Peer Educator Lights a Fuse for Girls in Her Community
    One afternoon in May, Neema Waziri walked up a dirt street in Dodoma, Tanzania, her bag brimming with condoms. Neema, 22, a single mother of one, was here to face her past – and her future.
  • 08 July 2022
    The Global Fund's Seventh Replenishment Investment Case
    Over the past 20 years, our unique partnership has invested more than US$53 billion, saving 44 million lives and reducing the combined death rate from HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria by more than half in the countries in which the Global Fund inve...
  • 24 March 2022
    Asad: Fighting for What Counts
    Mohammed Asad Mia is fighting for what counts – defeating tuberculosis (TB), supporting his beloved family and growing his business - all under the threat of COVID-19. To mark World Tuberculosis Day 2022, the Global Fund shares Asad’s personal story ...
  • 23 February 2022
    Fight for What Counts – today, tomorrow, until the job is finished.
    Twenty years after the Global Fund was created, the world is in crisis again. We must fight for what counts – to defeat HIV, TB and malaria, end health inequity and protect humanity from pandemics. The Global Fund is calling on the world to mobilize ...
  • 21 February 2022
    Principal Recipient Reporting Video
    An effective grant relies on strong implementers to ensure targets are met for HIV, TB, malaria and COVID-19. Those who oversee grants, enable the further strengthening towards the efficient delivery of grant activities. This video summarizes key cha...
  • 21 February 2022
    Carolyne: Fighting for What Counts
    Carolyne Wasonga is fighting for what counts – ending HIV, preventing gender-based violence and empowering young women and adolescent girls. “What I love about my job is that I'm able to change lives. I can't change all of them, but there are a few i...
  • 29 November 2021
    Self-testing: A Vital Tool To End HIV
    My first assignment out of medical school was in Burkina Faso. This was in 2004, at the peak of the AIDS epidemic, and it was my first contact with the disease in sub-Saharan Africa.
  • 28 October 2021
    The Global Fund at 20: Messages of support
    Global Fund friends and supporters speak about pivotal moments in the first 20 years of our pioneering partnership.
  • 14 October 2021
    Drug-resistant TB: Business As Usual No Longer An Option
    I have spent the last 25 years working to prevent tuberculosis and treat people with the disease. I have seen firsthand the devastating consequences, including from drug resistant TB, which is more deadly and more difficult and expensive to treat.