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    Step Up the Fight to End HIV and Violence Against Women

    02 October 2019

    In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one in two women is a victim of gender-based violence. This puts women and girls at a higher risk of contracting HIV. In this video, Dr. Denis Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize Winner for his work to end sexual violence, stresses that investing in the health, rights and well-being of women can lift up communities and countries. He urges the world to step up the fight to end HIV and violence against women and girls. Photo: Mukwege Foundation
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    Faces of the Fight: Davi

    10 September 2019

    Sepi Maulana Ardiansyah, known to his friends and followers as Davi, was sexually abused as a teenager, trafficked into sex work, and became infected with HIV. This harrowing experience altered the trajectory of his life. But once diagnosed, Davi took control. He started on treatment, left sex work and became an advocate for the rights of young key populations. He is also a social media influencer, using his channels to push back against stigma and discrimination. “My followers listen to me. They strongly support me and even see me as a treatment role model. I want them to learn from me.” People like Davi are the frontline faces of the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Join them in stepping up the fight through the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment this year.
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    Faces of the Fight: Elhadj

    06 August 2019

    Elhadj Diop became a malaria crusader in Senegal after the heartbreaking death of his daughter Ami nearly 20 years ago. “Ami’s death was a very difficult situation, because we didn’t know about this disease at that time. But it was at that moment I said, ‘I have a mission.’ It means reaching out to people, informing them about this disease and asking them to change their behavior. Elhadj Diop can’t fight it alone. It’s everyone, the whole village, the whole community.” People like Elhadj are the frontline faces of the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Join them in stepping up the fight through the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment this year.
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    Global Fund Cycles

    06 August 2019

    The Global Fund mobilizes and invests more than US$4 billion a year to support programs around the world that accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics. Our partnership raises and disburses funds in three overlapping timelines: a Replenishment cycle, a funding cycle and an implementation period. Here's how these timelines work together within our funding model to maximize impact against the three diseases.
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    Faces of the Fight: Olga

    23 July 2019

    Olga Aniskevich of Belarus was blindsided by a diagnosis of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. But the disease helped her figure out what’s most important in her life. “I feel happy when I create beauty and share it with others. I feel I have a mission because I beat tuberculosis. I should help, even if just one other person. I should create something for them, to help them deal with the most difficult situations when being treated for tuberculosis.” People like Olga are the frontline faces of the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Join them in stepping up the fight through the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment this year.
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    Faces of the Fight: Martha

    16 July 2019

    Martha Clara Nakato was 14 years old when she learned she had been born with HIV. At first gripped by fear, she fought to overcome the misconceptions in her community. Today she is an advocate for young people living with HIV. “I believe that my story can break the stigma and discrimination in the communities and I also believe my story can empower other people living with HIV to keep strong.” People like Martha are the frontline faces of the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. Join them in stepping up the fight through the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment this year.
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