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France pledges € 1.08 billion for 2017-2019, matching its pledge for the previous replenishment period

4 Jul 2016
Friends of The Global Fund Europe expresses disappointment that the pledge was not increased
Meanwhile, Italy raises its pledge by 30%

On 26 June, France announced that it is pledging € 1.08 billion for The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment, covering the period 2017-2019. The amount is equivalent to what France pledged for the Fourth Replenishment (2014-2016).

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Advocacy brief for UN High Level Meeting says The Global Fund and key populations are delivering results

8 Jun 2016

The Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN) has released an advocacy brief aimed at stakeholders who are involved in the 2016 High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS.

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Replenishment round-up: New pledges from Japan and New Zealand

7 Jun 2016
Events scheduled for the High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS

The Global Fund’s replenishment campaign cranked up a notch in May with the announcement by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan of a USD 800 million pledge to The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment ahead of G7 Summit which was held on 26–27 May in Japan.

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Canada increases its pledge by 20% and will host The Global Fund’s fifth replenishment conference

10 May 2016

The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment campaign received a significant boost with the announcement by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that Canada is pledging CAD 785 million (USD 608 million) for the 2017-2019 period and will host the Fifth Replenishment Conference in Montreal on 16 Septemb

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EC’s pledge of € 470 million represents a strong start to The Global Fund’s replenishment campaign

21 Mar 2016
Advocates meet in Amsterdam to strategize for the replenishment

The European Commission is pledging € 470 million to The Global Fund for 2017-2019, an increase of € 100 million, or 27%, over the EC’s pledge for 2014-2016.

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Activists respond quickly to decision by Sweden to cut its 2016 contribution to The Global Fund

21 Mar 2016
Sweden cites refugee crisis as rationale for the cut

Activists have surprised Sweden with the intensity of their reaction to the Swedish Government’s decision to cut its 2016 contribution to The Global Fund by 35%. Even if activists are not successful at having the cut reinstated, they are hopeful that their strong response will have a positive impact on Sweden’s pledge for 2017-2019.

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What The Global Fund replenishment means to people on the ground – a personal story

2 Mar 2016
GFO speaks with Louie Zepeda-Teng

In this fast-paced world, it is easy sometimes to forget the individual stories of those affected by the three diseases. These personal stories resonate with all of us as global citizens. They are critical in highlighting the significance of the work of Global Fund–supported programs, bringing true meaning and value to the $13 billion replenishment target.

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Reaction to The Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment target somewhat muted

23 Jan 2016
AIDS Healthcare Foundation has been the loudest voice

Reaction to the size of The Global Fund’s 5th Replenishment target has been somewhat muted so far, despite the fact that at $13 billion, it is $2 billion lower than the target for the last replenishment, and despite the global push to ending the epidemics by 2030 as set out in the Sustainable Development Goals.

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In brief

8 Dec 2015

New global fund to fight malaria and other tropical diseases

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Main decisions made at Board meeting

18 Nov 2015

On 16-17 November 2015, the Global Fund Board held its 34th meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. GFO was present, with observer status.

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