Blog Post Highlights Key Takeaways From Global Fund’s 37th Board Meeting

Friends of the Global Fight Blog: Key Takeaways from the Global Fund’s 37th Board Meeting
This blog post discusses highlights from the Global Fund’s 37th Board meeting held last week in Rwanda, including the announcement that the board appointed Aida Kurtović as the new chair and U.S. Ambassador John Simon as the new vice chair; a session focused on the success in receipt of pledged funds; a presentation by Global Fund Executive Director Mark Dybul on “megatrends” that will be key to ending HIV, malaria, and TB epidemics; an action plan to “mobilize an additional $500 million over the Global Fund’s 2017-2019 Replenishment cycle”; and the approval of innovative pilot projects addressing procurement and and performance-based funding (5/8).

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