Videos

The Global Fund / Vincent Becker

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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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    Introducing: HER

    24 January 2018

    We all remember the challenges of youth. Many are unavoidable. HIV shouldn’t be one of them, but each day, over 1,000 young women and girls are infected with HIV. The Global Fund’s HIV Epidemic Response: HER initiative is a call to action to change the course of the epidemic. It’s an invitation for new partners to join the fight and invest in women and girls to end AIDS. It’s time for HER.
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    Peter Sands in Conversation

    19 December 2017

    Peter Sands was named the Global Fund’s next executive director in November. “If we work together to mobilize funds, build strong health systems and establish effective community responses we will be able to end epidemics, promote prosperity and increase our global health security,” he says.
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    AIDS, TB & Malaria: End It. For Good.

    07 November 2017

    The Global Fund marks the tremendous progress made collectively by partners in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria, and calls for a renewed commitment to accelerating the end of these epidemics. 22 million lives have already been saved by Global Fund supported programs, and defeating these diseases could be among our generation’s greatest achievements. We can’t stop now.
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    Rape Crisis First Response Counsellors on the Frontlines of Gender-based Violence

    23 June 2017

    Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust first response counsellors like Nononelelo Mganu are trained to listen to a rape survivor with compassion, and to support them through medical steps including preventative treatment for HIV. Counsellors are careful to minimize the trauma of re-living a rape incident, while facilitating the steps needed to protect the survivor, and to document the event for a court case if they choose to file one. Rape Crisis receives partial support through a Global Fund grant to NACOSA.
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    Meet Kgantsho

    15 June 2017

    In sub-Saharan Africa, girls aged 14-24 are being infected with HIV at an alarming rate, and are at much higher risk of HIV than boys their age. South Africa is a stark example of this disparity. In 2015 alone, 100,000 girls aged 15-24 were infected with HIV, compared with 42,000 boys.
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