Replenishment

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Donors Pledge $12 Billion for 2014–2016

9 Dec 2013
Well ahead of the $9.2 billion pledged at last replenishment conference, but short of $15 billion goal

Donors pledged an historic $12.007 billion to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria for implementation of its new approach that will see more resources targeting key affected populations in the countries least able to pay. The pledges were made before and during the Fourth Replenishment conference in Washington, DC on 2–3 December.

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Africa’s Health and Finance Ministers Pledge to Increase Domestic Spending for Health

26 Nov 2013
The Global Fund estimates that $37 billion out of the $ 87 billion it needs from 2014 to 2016 can come from domestic financing

Ahead of the Global Fund's replenishment push in December, countries are being strongly encouraged to boost domestic funding for the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria to bridge the gap in unmet needs.

A conference in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on 11-12 November brought together ministers of health and finance, civil society groups and donors to discuss how to accelerate domestic spending on health in Africa.

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Replenishment Roundup

10 Nov 2013

With less than four weeks to go to the replenishment conference in Washington on 2–3 December, the focus is on countries that have not yet announced their pledges for the Fourth Replenishment.

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TRP Replenishment Is Underway

17 Jul 2013

The Global Fund has issued a formal call for applications from people interested in being part of the Technical Review Panel (TRP) for the period 2014­–2016.

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France Pledges $1.4 Billion for Global Fund’s Fourth Replenishment

17 Jul 2013

France has announced that it will contribute € 1.08 billion ($1.4 billion) to the Global Fund for the Fourth Replenishment period (2014–2016). That works out to about $467 million a year. This approximately the same as the amount France pledged for the Third Replenishment (2011–2013).

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Global Fund Calls On Donors to “Seize the Moment”

23 Apr 2013
Pre-replenishment meeting concludes in Brussels
Private sector urged to contribute significantly more

“If we don’t seize this moment, we will be dealing with these diseases for generations,” Global Fund Executive Director Mark Dybul told his audience at the Preparatory Meeting of the Global Fund Fourth Replenishment.

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President Obama Asks Congress for $1.65 Billion for the Global Fund for Fiscal 2014

12 Apr 2013

President Barack Obama has asked the US Congress to allocate $1.65 billion for the Global Fund in the budget for fiscal year 2014. If approved, this would appear to constitute the first tranche of the US pledge to the Global Fund for the 2014–2016 replenishment period. (In the US, the 2014 fiscal year runs from 1 October 2013 to 30 September 2014.)

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Update on Pledges for 2011–2013

10 Apr 2013

As of 31 December of 2012, donors had pledged $10.4 billion for the 2011–2013 replenishment period. This is a 13% increase over the $9.2 billion pledged at the actual replenishment conference in October 2010.

The difference comes primarily from pledges made following the New York conference. A group of donors, including Belgium, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and Sweden, announced their pledges after the conference.

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Global Fund Sets Ambitious Fundraising Target of $15 Billion

9 Apr 2013
Says if target achieved, 87% of total funding needs for 2014–2016 could be covered
Target almost 50% higher than what was pledged for 2011–2013

The Global Fund wants to raise $15 billion for 2014–2016. The Fund announced the target in a news release issued on the eve of the pre-replenishment meeting in Brussels, Belgium on 9–10 April.

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Campaign Launched to Lobby for More Financing for the Global Fund

24 Oct 2012
Self-made videos highlight the impact of the grants
The aim is to influence the 4th Replenishment Process in 2013

The Global Fund Advocates Network (GFAN), a platform of around 250 individuals and civil society and “Friends of the Fund” organisations, has launched a campaign to advocate for increase in funding of the Global Fund.

The “Here I Am” campaign highlights the real life experiences of people affected by the three diseases and gives them a forum to share these experiences.

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