Sixth Replenishment

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Global Fund launches "promise to all 7-year-olds" call to action, to end epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria by 2030

30 Jul 2019
Campaign in support of the Sixth Replenishment target of ‘at least $14 billion’

“We want to make a promise to you. Not a promise we can keep today, but a promise you can count on when you turn 18.”

Thus begins the ‘open letter’ from the Global Fund – signed by a large number of high-profile artists and athletes – to 7-year-olds everywhere, who will be 18 in 2030, the target date of the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

10 Jul 2019
UK pledges £1.4 billion for Replenishment, UNAIDS and Global Fund sign strategic framework, Global Fund’s monthly Replenishment Update, WHO Academy established

UK pledges £1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) to Global Fund for 2020-2022

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Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

25 Jun 2019
Sir Elton John joins Replenishment appeal, Japan’s Replenishment pledge, #FillUpTheFund campaign launch, Botswana’s landmark ruling on LGBT rights, South Africa’s ‘human rights’ plan for TB and HIV

Sir Elton John joins President Emmanuel Macron in calling for a $14-billion Global Fund Replenishment

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United States’ House Appropriations Committee approves increased funding for Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment

17 May 2019
If enacted, proposed $1.56 billion will be first increase from the US to the Global Fund in six years

On May 16, the day the Global Fund’s 41st Board Meeting concluded, the United States’ House Appropriations Committee passed its fiscal year 2020 funding bill for State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) including funding for the Global Fund to $1.56 billion, a $210-million increase.

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Global Fund resource mobilization efforts on track in leadup to Sixth Replenishment, Board is told

16 May 2019
External relations director emphasizes importance of civil society and communities’ roles

The Global Fund’s Director of External Relations, Francoise Vanni, presented to the Board an update on the Global Fund’s resource mobilization efforts at the Board’s 41st meeting, held in Geneva on 15-16 May.  

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Global Fund Board approves 26 catalytic funding priorities for 2020-2022

16 May 2019
A decision on budget awaits outcome of Sixth Replenishment pledging conference

The amount of funding set aside for catalytic investments for 2020-2022, the next allocation period; which catalytic priorities will be funded; and to what extent they will be funded, will all depend on how much money is available for allocation following the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment pledging conference in October 2019.

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Global Fund publishes new donor profiles; Japan makes $393-million contribution towards its pledge for the Fifth Replenishment

1 May 2019

As it gears up for the Sixth Replenishment, the Global Fund has published a new series of government donor profiles, highlighting each country’s pledges and contributions to the Fund since the start of their respective donor relationships.

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Global Fund launches Replenishment Partner Update

3 Apr 2019
Monthly update for partners provides communications tools, news and events

The Global Fund launched its Replenishment Partner Update on 2 April 2019, a monthly digest of new communications resources to support the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment. The update includes access to the Global Fund’s photo and video library, selected news highlights, and a calendar of upcoming events and resources.

Resources in this update are

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Global Fund Advocates Network calls for video contributions to thank the Global Fund

19 Mar 2019

As part of the Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) campaign for the Sixth Replenishment for the Global Fund, GFAN is developing short videos thanking donors for their contribution to the Global Fund and implementing countries for their commitments to health.  These short videos will show different people, in different settings, saying ‘thank you’ in different lang

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U.S. President’s 2020 Budget backpedals on his pledge to end AIDS “in America and beyond”

19 Mar 2019
Proposed cuts, if approved, would undermine U.S. leadership in global health, advocates say

President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 has, made public on 11 March, has contradicted the pledge he delivered in his February 2019 State of the Union address to increase spending on HIV.

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