To many, the Global Fund is known primarily as a source of funding—a place governments can turn to for an injection of cash for programs aimed at ending the scourges of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. And the Global Fund’s main use and focus of its innovative finance program has been on raising the funds needed to meet country demand for these otherwise unaffordable programs.
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The Global Fund explores innovative finance instruments to help unlock financial flows from private and public sources
Challenge funds, advance market commitments and seed capital require indirect support
Part 3 of a 3-part series