Countries average performance (HIV, TB, and Malaria) since 2010
The Global Fund achievement in fighting HIV, TB and Malaria
HIV, TB and Malaria prevalence in 2013
The Global fund and the MENA region

Current GFO Articles


Community health workers (CHWs) have been recognized – formally by the WHO, informally by anyone receiving care in developing countries – as critical to primary health care coverage. For many people – and most living...

16 Apr 2019

On April 4, ICASO and APCASO announced a partnership to provide technical assistance to implementers of Global Fund-supported programs, to reduce barriers preventing people from accessing HIV, tuberculosis and malaria services.

The two organizations were jointly awarded an “indefinite...

16 Apr 2019

The Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) evolution initiative aims to strengthen CCMs’ performance in four areas: their internal functioning, oversight of the grants, engagement between the CCM and its constituency members, and linkages with other national governance bodies. The Global Fund...

16 Apr 2019

A newly released case study establishes the impact the Global Fund's $15 million, three-year Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative (CRG SI) has had building connections between key communities and advancing the Fund's operational objectives.


The communities that benefited...

16 Apr 2019

This year’s World Malaria Day theme, “Zero Malaria Starts With Me,” re-energizes the fight to eliminate malaria, which, though preventable and treatable, still kills more than half a million people every year. While major progress has been made against the disease in the past 15 years (with over...

16 Apr 2019

Aidspan is a non-profit organization based in Kenya whose mission is to reinforce the effectiveness of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria by serving as an independent watchdog of the Fund and its grant implementers

Domestic financial contributions to HIV, TB, and malaria
05 Feb 2019

The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and malaria, which is a major financier of these three diseases globally, invests about two-thirds of its funding in sub-Saharan Africa which has the world’s highest burdens of the disease epidemics.