The Global Fund has effectively reached its target of “at least $14 billion” for its Sixth Replenishment, the largest amount ever raised for a multilateral health organization. Many donors, spurred by President Emmanuel Macron’s stirring appeal to end injustice and inequality, topped up their pledges with last-minute increases, and several new donors from all sectors came to the table.
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Global Fund Sixth Replenishment achieves $14-billion target, largest amount ever raised for a multilateral health organization
Global Fund Sixth Replenishment pledging conference sees historic private sector contribution plus pledges from 23 implementing countries
The morning pledging session of the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference in Lyon, France, on October 10, saw representation from 68 countries, including several new donors to the Global Fund, as well as ‘symbolic’ pledges from many implementing countries as a show of their commitment to and appreciation of the Global Fund.
United States’ Senate approves Appropriations bill and 15.6% increase for Global Fund
Five G7 countries have increased their pledges for 2020-2022 compared to last Replenishment, with United States and France still to announce
Loyce Maturu is a GFAN Speaker, and one of the 18.9 million people currently being treated with antiretroviral therapy drugs through programs funded around the world by the Global Fund.
As we count down the days to the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment Conference on 10 October, in Lyon, France, the rate of donors announcing pledges or intentions has increased. In this edition of the GFO and the next, we will publish a short news roundup summarizing the latest developments.
Global Fund and Replenishment-related activity at the UN’s 74th General Assembly
The Global Fund has published its new funding request materials for the 2020-2022 funding allocation cycle longer in advance of the first application deadline than previously, with Window 1 applications due by 23 March 2020.
Global Fund launches "promise to all 7-year-olds" call to action, to end epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria by 2030
“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.
UK pledges £1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) to Global Fund for 2020-2022