New strategy will allow the Global Fund to play a more active role in shaping markets

19 Nov 2015
Strategy covers countries transitioning away from Fund support
Supports efforts by countries to keep the costs of medicines low, including by promoting generic competition

The Global Fund’s new market-shaping strategy is designed to allow the Fund to play a more active role in shaping market dynamics to increase access to health products. The new strategy, which was adopted by the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November, includes a section on preparing for when countries transition away from Fund support.


The US President's speech and the Global Fund

30 Jan 2003

President Bush uttered some remarkable words about AIDS in his State of the Union address on Tuesday evening - more decisive and action-oriented words than we've heard from any US President while in office. Bush acknowledged the severity of the crisis; he said the US should play the leading role in tackling it; and he accepted the need for widespread treatment programmes.