Le Fonds mondial vise 14 milliards de dollars US en vue de la conférence de Lyon en octobre 2019 pour accélérer le mouvement contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme
Global Fund Announces US$14 Billion Target to Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria Ahead of Lyon Conference in October 2019
JOHANNESBURG – The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria strengthened its partnership with South Africa in the fight against HIV, announcing a new grant aimed at capitalizing on strong HIV programs to make even greater progress in treatment and prevention, in protecting and promoting human rights, and in strengthening health systems.
The grant, for US$369 million, includes specific efforts aimed at lowering HIV infection rates among adolescent girls and young women who are disproportionately affected by the disease.
The Global Fund applauds the U.S. Congress for approving $1.35 billion in funding for the Global Fund for the 2018 U.S. fiscal year. This tremendous support from the United States is essential as the Global Fund accelerates progress in the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.
OUAGADOUGOU – Burkina Faso and the Global Fund strengthened their partnership by launching four new grants that move toward ending epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis, malaria and strengthen health systems with a focus on community health systems and data quality.
GENEVA – WHO and the Global Fund signed cooperation and financing agreements amounting to an estimated US$50 million today, with the aim of providing vital technical support to countries to fight HIV, TB and malaria, and securing additional progress toward universal health coverage.
LILONGWE, Malawi – Malawi and the Global Fund strengthened their partnership by signing four grants today worth a total of US$460 million. The funds seek to expand interventions for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, including efforts to reach more than 800,000 people in Malawi with treatment for HIV by 2020.
GENEVA – The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria welcomed a contribution of €140 million from the government of Italy for the three-year period beginning in 2017, a strong demonstration of Italy’s leadership in global health.
The contribution, an increase of 40 percent over Italy’s last contribution of €100 million, was first announced at the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment conference in September 2016, where donors pledged over US$12.9 billion in a demonstration of extraordinary global commitment toward ending the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
TOKYO — The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria welcomes the Japanese Diet’s passage of the fiscal 2016 supplementary budget and the fiscal 2017 budget, which includes Japan’s contribution of US$313 million to the Global Fund.
Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said: “As a founder of the Global Fund, Japan has always attached the utmost importance to the Global Fund. I believe this contribution once again highlights Japan’s intention to contribute even further to addressing global health challenges based on the principle of leaving no one behind.”
Par Mark Dybul, Directeur exécutif
dans OPINIONS le 15 FÉVRIER 2017
Répondre aux enjeux planétaires que nous connaissons aujourd’hui passe par des approches nouvelles et variées. En tant que partenariat du 21e siècle, le Fonds mondial ne cesse d’envisager des modèles de financement novateur en dehors des sources financières habituelles pour atteindre l’objectif général d’en finir avec les épidémies de sida, de tuberculose et de paludisme d’ici 2030.
MONTREUX – Luxembourg today signed a multi-year contribution agreement with the Global Fund, becoming the first European donor to convert its pledge into a concrete payment schedule for the next funding cycle, starting in 2017.
Luxembourg announced its pledge of €8.1 million for 2017-2019 in May of this year. The figure represents an 8 percent increase from its previous contribution to the fund, confirming the trend set by the European Commission and inviting other donors to follow suit.
GENEVA - African countries increased investments in the Global Fund as global health partners seek to galvanize all sources of funding to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics, and to build resilient and sustainable systems for health.
MONTREAL – At the launch of the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment, donors pledged over US$12.9 billion for the next three years, demonstrating extraordinary global commitment toward ending the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria for good.
Hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who stressed youth engagement as a key to success in global health, the conference welcomed significantly increased pledges from several donors. Canada increased its own contribution by 23 percent, many new partners pledged for the first time, and private sector contributions more than doubled.
MONTREAL - The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today welcomed the first contribution by Qatar to the partnership, a pledge of US$10 million to support the Global Fund's goal of ending epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria for good.
MONTRÉAL – Le Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme a salué aujourd’hui la première contribution du Qatar à son partenariat, une promesse de 10 millions de dollars US à l’appui de l’objectif du Fonds mondial d’en finir pour de bon avec les épidémies de sida, de tuberculose et de paludisme.
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ROME - The Government of Italy announced today a pledge of €130 million to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria for the three-year period beginning in 2017, highlighting Italy's leadership in global health.
The commitment, an increase of 30 percent over Italy's last contribution of €100 million, is a strong signal as the Global Fund prepares for a Replenishment conference in September. With the support of countries like Italy, the Global Fund is accelerating the end of the three diseases while building resilient and sustainable systems for health.
PARIS - The Government of France announced today it will contribute €1.08 billion to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria for the three-year period beginning in 2017, demonstrating strong leadership in global health.
BRUSSELS – The Government of Belgium announced today a pledge of €19 million to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria for 2016, a positive signal as the Global Fund prepares for a Replenishment conference later this year.