U.S., Private Sector Play Key Roles In Global Fund’s 5th Replenishment

Friends of the Global Fight Blog: Private Sector Steps Up Leadership For Successful Global Fund Replenishment
True Claycombe, policy manager at Friends of the Global Fight, discusses the impact of the U.S.’s and private sector’s pledges to the Global Fund’s fifth replenishment cycle, noting the U.S. pledge “makes up nearly one-third of the total $12.9 billion pledged collectively by countries and the private sector over the next three years,” and the “private sector (including innovative financing mechanisms) doubled its pledge for the Global Fund’s fifth replenishment.” Claycombe also discusses the U.S. private sector’s contributions toward “innovation in technology, medicine, and health service delivery” (9/26).

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