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Update on Global Fund resource mobilization: lessons learned from Fifth Replenishment, early outlook for Sixth

12 Dec 2017
The Fund faces a tough global development environment going into its next replenishment drive
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Comparisons between Global Fund allocations for 2014-2016 and 2017-2019 are misleading

23 Oct 2017
The funds for the 2014-2016 allocation period covered four years, as a transition measure, instead of the usual three years

If your country receives money from the Global Fund, and if you compare your country’s allocation in 2017-2019 with its allocation in 2014-2016, it is likely you will find that the amount for 2017-2019 is lower, sometimes significantly lower. This may be true whether you are looking at the full allocation for your country or at the allocations for individual components.

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Reflections on replenishment: Montreal, Malawi, and doing better

17 Oct 2016
GFO Correspondent Charlie Baran reflects on the recent Global Fund Replenishment meeting, the level of China’s pledge, and the reality on the ground in Malawi.

I had the privilege of attending my first Global Fund Replenishment meeting last month in Montreal, Canada, as a GFO correspondent.  My reports on the formal meeting and side events appeared in GFO 296.  The event was split over two days: an afternoon of speeches and a pledging session, in which countries, one-by-one, announc

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Communities and civil society delegations issue joint statement on the replenishment outcomes

4 Oct 2016
Many organizations applaud the results but add that more needs to be done

In a joint statement, the communities and civil society delegations to the Global Fund Board commended the pledges from donor governments, implementing countries, the private sector, and civil society partners for the Fund’s Fifth Replenishment.

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Replenishment Conference was about more than just the numbers

21 Sep 2016
Civil society, the private sector, and entertainers showed up in Montreal to support the replenishment

The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment Conference in Montreal involved much more than just donors making their formal pledges for the next three years.

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The Global Fund reports pledges of US$12.9 billion at the end of the replenishment conference

20 Sep 2016
The US$13 billion target for 2017-2019 is almost certain to be reached
“We have saved eight million lives” – Justin Trudeau

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Replenishment round-up: U.S. announces pledge of up to $4.3 billion; Kenya raises the bar in Africa; and Sweden restores its 2016 cut

6 Sep 2016
Just over a week left until the replenishment conference

The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment Campaign received an important boost from its largest donor, the United States, with the announcement of a pledge of up to $4.3 billion for the 2017-2019 period. This compares to the $4.1 billion that the U.S. contributed for the last replenishment period.

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Partners launch framework for action on UHC in Africa

5 Sep 2016
World Bank and Global Fund commit funding

According to news releases from the World Bank and the Global Fund (here and

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REPLENISHMENT ROUND-UP: “Save-the-Dates” notices have gone out for the Fifth Replenishment conference in Montreal

16 Aug 2016
African civil society keeps the pressure on the Netherlands Government

The Global Fund’s Head of Donor Relations, Jennifer Goosen, has sent out formal “save-the-date” notifications for the Fund’s Fifth Replenishment conference to be held on 16-17 September in Montreal, Canada.

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Responsibility to “End It for Good”

13 Aug 2016

“End It for Good,” is the rallying call for the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment conference, to be held in Montreal, Canada on 16-17 September 2016. Millions of lives have been saved and infections averted, and tremendous progress has been made in the fight against AIDS, TB, and malaria. Yet, there is still no greater global health challenge for humanity.

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