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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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Donors Hold Second Replenishment Meeting

29 Jun 2005

Global Fund donor governments meeting in Rome last week for their second replenishment meeting moved closer towards specifying their pledges to the Fund for 2006-7.

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Italy Restores its Pledge to the Global Fund

1 Feb 2005

Italy has decided that it will after all, although somewhat belatedly, pay its 2004 pledge of €100 million to the Global Fund. This means that the Fund can continue to state that no significant pledge to the Fund has ever been cancelled.

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Italy Cancels a Major Pledge to the Global Fund

16 Dec 2004

Italy has apparently reneged on a pledge that it will give 100 million euros (133 million dollars) to the Global Fund by the end of this month.

In June 2003, at the Evian G8 summit, Italy pledged to give €100 million to the Global Fund in 2004 and as much again in 2005.

Italy has not yet contributed its 2004 pledge - meaning it has not contributed anything to the Fund since 2003.

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Italy Has Dealt a Double Blow to the Global Fund

16 Dec 2004

Italy's apparent decision to cancel its 2004 pledge is extremely worrying, and will have a doubly negative impact on the Global Fund.

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Global Fund Launches Public Awareness Campaign

20 Sep 2004

The Global Fund has launched a campaign in France to raise awareness about the Fund. It will feature advertisements in nearly 40 French magazines and newspapers, on several French television channels, and in the largest network of cinemas in France. By early next year the campaign will extend to Germany, Italy, Japan and the UK.

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