The United States will meet its commitment to the Global Fund, according to the budget blueprint which President Donald Trump sent to Congress in March. During the most recent replenishment drive for the Global Fund, the U.S., under the Obama administration, pledged $4.3 billion for 2017-2019, or $1.43 billion a year.
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Les réductions envisagées de l’aide extérieure des États-Unis inquiètent vivement les milieux du développement
La proposition du Président Donald Trump d’accroître de 54 milliards de dollars le budget militaire inquiète beaucoup de gens, notamment ceux qui travaillent pour le Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme et ont ses intérêts à cœur.
President Donald Trump’s proposal to add $54 billion to the budget for the military has a lot of people worried, not least the people who work for and care about the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The Global Fund has pledged to re-energize HIV prevention and, in line with that commitment, civil society groups are calling on the Fund to offer more explicit data on how much it spends on these efforts. That includes not only overall expenditure data, but also granular information, like spending at a country level and spending on specific interventions.
Le Fonds mondial surpasse PEPFAR en matière d’engagement en faveur des populations clés selon une étude
Innovation for greater impact: exploring domestic resource mobilization efforts in collaboration with the Global Fund
As Aidspan has explored previously, international aid for AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is plateauing, and a critical transition is underway to find more sustainable approaches to health financing in implementing countries.
The Global Fund Board has selected Dr Mark Dybul to serve as the Fund’s next Executive Director. He previously served as head of the US President’s Emergency Program for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The decision was made by the Board on 15 November at its 28th meeting in Geneva, and the appointment will take effect in early February.