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

Donor government disbursements to combat HIV in low- and middle-income countries increased 16 percent from US$7 billion in 2016 to US$8.1 billion in 2017 – though the higher total stems largely from the timing of U.S. funding and is not expected to last, a new report from the Kaiser Family...

31 Jul 2018

“It is a false dichotomy to have a tension between Universal Health Care or ‘ending the epidemic’,” said Global Fund Executive Director Peter Sands at the 22nd International AIDS conference, where scores of formal and thousands of informal discussions focused on the need to integrate HIV testing...

31 Jul 2018


'Breaking barriers, building bridges': AIDS 2018                                                      © International AIDS Society/Marcus Rose

It is clear that the world’s fight against HIV and AIDS is not on track, making the end of the epidemic by 2030...

31 Jul 2018

AIDS was first recognized in 1981. In 1983 the causal virus was identified. Initially the main concern of the health sector was with ‘high risk’ groups in the west: hemophiliacs, drug users and gay men. It soon became apparent that the disease had the potential to spread further, but by 2000 it...

31 Jul 2018

The Global Fund has been innovating in program design as well as financing since its inception. With financing initiatives like Product(RED), Debt2Health, and the India Health Fund, the organization has been a leader in developing novel approaches that help it to continue financing life-saving...

31 Jul 2018

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

Aidspan White Paper: Scaling Up to Meet the Need: Overcoming barriers to the development of bold Global Fund-financed programs
21 Apr 2008

If the Global Fund is to achieve the continued rapid growth that it is planning for, it has to examine closely, and address, some significant growing pains that are becoming increasingly apparent. Some of these growing pains exist within developing countries; others exist within the Fund itself.