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 May 2019, the Global Fund partnership has invested a total of US$366 million in 14 island countries in the Pacific region.
New Zealand’s investment in the Global Fund represents an exceptional leverage. For every US dollar contributed by the government of New Zealand, the Global Fund partnership has invested US$102 in the 14 island countries in the Pacific region.