16 July 2018
GENEVA – The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has signed multi-year framework agreements with suppliers of HIV medication that will save US$324 million by the end of 2021 and secure the supply of lifesaving drugs for over 4 million people.
Countries in the Pacific region are important implementers of Global Fund grants. Sustained commitment and successful partnerships are leading to transformative results. The Global Fund is partnering with governments, medical experts, advocates, civil society and communities affected by HIV, TB and malaria to fight the three diseases and build resilient and sustainable systems for health. As of April 2018, the Global Fund partnership has invested a total of US$341 million in 14 island countries in the Pacific region.
The Global Fund is partnering with governments, medical experts, advocates, civil society and people living with HIV, TB and malaria to fight the three diseases in the Indo-Pacific region. A total of US$9.2 billion has been invested in treating and preventing the diseases, and to building more resilient and sustainable systems for health. More than one-third of total Global Fund financial resources have been spent in the Indo-Pacific region.
Francophone countries are a strategic area of focus for the Global Fund.
The sustained commitment of francophone nations, coupled with strategic partnerships and increased domestic financing, has led to transformative results.
France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Canada joined the Global Fund to fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, three diseases that seemed unstoppable a decade ago. To date, the Global Fund has invested approximately US$8 billion in francophone countries which make up approximately 20 percent of the overall Global Fund portfolio.
Les pays francophones forment une zone d’intervention stratégique du Fonds mondial.
L’engagement soutenu des nations francophones, conjugué à des partenariats stratégiques et à l’augmentation des financements nationaux, a donné des résultats porteurs de changements.