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Donors Should Support Global Fund To Balance Fighting Infectious Diseases, Strengthening Health Systems, Opinion Piece Says

BusinessDay: Donors must balance urgent health threats with sustainability of health systems Adèle Sulcas, editor of the Global Fund Observer “The world’s most powerful countries and most important providers of overseas development assistance, meeting this week, are likely to pledge, collectively, about $14bn for the next three-year funding period of…

Global Fund Replenishment Conference Begins In Lyon, France

Euronews: World leaders gather in France for Global Fund initiative “…A conference in France, which kicked off on Wednesday, aims to raise funds to combat these deadly diseases and condemn them to the history books. The Global Fund Forum aims to save 16 million lives within the next four years…

Celebrities Write Open Letter To Raise Awareness Of Infectious Diseases, Importance Of Global Fund

Borgen Magazine: An Open Letter Against Infectious Diseases “Dozens of international celebrities addressed an open letter ‘to 7-year-olds everywhere.’ Notable figures, such as Jennifer Garner, Trevor Noah, Penélope Cruz, Sir Elton John, and more, recently signed an open letter against infectious diseases, specifically AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis. These celebrities hope…

ONE Blog Highlights Relevance Of Global Health, Importance Of Funding

ONE Blog: Why should you care about global health? Sadof Alexander, digital coordinator at the ONE Campaign, discusses global health’s relevancy to “everyone, everywhere,” and the importance of funding for global health initiatives, including the Global Fund (10/7).

Sweden Announces $290M 3-Year Pledge To Global Fund, Increase Of 14%

Health Policy Watch: Sweden Steps Up Fight Against Epidemics With Strong Pledge to Global Fund “Sweden pledged to increase its support to the Global Fund by 14%, committing some SEK 2.85 billion (US $290 million) over the next three years, one of the latest in a line of donors to…