U.S. Senators Request Increase In U.S. Pledge To Global Fund For Next Replenishment Cycle

Friends of the Global Fight: Bipartisan Group of Senators Requests Increased U.S. Pledge to the Global Fund
“[On Thursday] a bipartisan group of 18 U.S. senators urged Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the administration to increase the United States’ pledge to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (The Global Fund) for 2020-2022. The U.S. pledged $4.3 billion for the last three-year funding cycle in 2016. In a letter … the senators note: ‘…Given the Global Fund’s impressive results and the continuing, urgent priority to save lives and end three of the major infectious disease killers in the world, we believe the United States should make a 6th Replenishment pledge for 2020-2022 that exceeds the last Replenishment’…” (10/11).