Australia

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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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Civil society calls on the Global Fund to aim higher for the 2017-2019 replenishment

19 Oct 2015
Call is endorsed by 270 CSOs
Australia and Denmark announce plans to scale back on development aid, but France says it will increase its aid budget

The Global Fund Advocates Network – following on from its successful Twitter conversation that called for increased donor and domestic funding to reach the SDGs (see GFO article here) – has sent an open letter to the Global Fund Board and executive director urging the Fund to aim higher than the $15 billion 2014-2016 replenishment

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Australia

23 Aug 2011

In GFO 155, on 9 August, we wrote that the Global Fund's mid-term replenishment meeting will likely be held in Australia in March. We have been asked by an Australian Government official to state that at this time, the Australian Government has made no commitment to host the mid-term replenishment meeting.

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Australian Panel Calls for Significant Increase in Contributions to the Global Fund

9 Aug 2011

Meanwhile, the Netherlands announces its pledge; Germany clarifies its conditions; and Italy is asked to reconfirm its commitment

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Two New Debt2Health Agreements Signed

8 Oct 2010

New Debt2Health agreements have been signed among the Global Fund and several countries. One agreement involves Australia and Indonesia; another involves Germany and Côte d'Ivoire. This brings the total number of Debt2Health agreements to four.

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Press Coverage of the Fund

16 Jul 2004
  • At least 400 articles in the English language press mentioned the Global Fund during the International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, including a variety of editorials and opinion pieces. Some focused on the Global Fund's progress (and, sometimes, lack of progress) in getting cash to implementing organizations. And several editorials and opinion pieces called for increased commitments to the Fund.
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