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Global Fund and Chevron: United against HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria

Supported Global Fund programs against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria for a total investment of US$60 million in Angola, Indonesia, Nigeria, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam

The Global Fund and Chevron Corporation have celebrated a 12-year partnership that served as an example of the private sector’s contribution to the fight against infectious diseases and to building resilient health systems. Chevron, a Global Fund partner since January 2008, has supported Global Fund programs against HIV, tuberculosis and…

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Coronavirus: Global Fund Partnership has saved 38 million lives – but COVID-19 could wipe out progress

Overall, deaths caused by AIDS, TB and malaria each year have been reduced by nearly 50% since the peak of the epidemics in countries where the Global Fund invests

A new report by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is a call to action to urgently invest to protect decades of progress against HIV, TB and malaria that are being derailed as a knock-on effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the report released today, the…

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Global Fund issues New Guidance in Response to COVID-19

Strong health systems are critical to help countries respond to COVID-19

The Global Fund announced today new guidance to enable countries to strengthen their response to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, by using existing grants in a swift, nimble and pragmatic way. Working within its mandate to fight HIV, TB and malaria and to strengthen systems for health, the Global Fund is…

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New Global Fund Results Show Accelerated HIV Treatment Progress

The results show that 11 million people are receiving antiretroviral therapy for HIV through Global Fund-supported programs, an increase of 19 percent from a year before

Ahead of next week’s International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science in Paris, France, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today announced new results that highlight accelerating progress in providing HIV prevention, treatment and care services. The results show that 11 million people are receiving antiretroviral therapy…