Driven by the goal of ending AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria as epidemics, the Global Fund is an innovative partnership that has saved 27 million lives since it was founded in 2002.
RESULTS works to make sure that the Global Fund has the resources it needs to scale up treatment, prevention, and care – and end these epidemics once and for all.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has saved 27 million lives since 2002. This is stunning progress, but we can’t be complacent and assume it will just continue on its own.
Searching for a good news story out of Washington in 2018? We’ve finally got one.
On September 7th the Senate State and Foreign Operations (SFOPS) Appropriations committee passed the fiscal year 2018 SFOPS bill out of committee. It included some good news for our priority health programs.
Today, in the middle of the contentious House health care vote on C-SPAN 1, over on C-SPAN 2 the Senate finally passed the $1.1 trillion fiscal year 2017 (FY17) government spending bill. There are a few positives on our global poverty work that RESULTS advocates can be really proud of in this final bill.
The replenishment conference of the Global Fund just concluded in Montreal, and I had the honor of being there with colleagues from around the world. You, our dedicated volunteers, were there with me in spirit.
Each year on the first of December, World AIDS Day, a red ribbon hangs on the North Portico of the White House to commemorate the 35 million people who have lost their lives to the disease. This year, advocates and public health experts will be hoping the country continues not just that symbolical gesture, but the U.S. commitment to investing in the continued fight against AIDS worldwide.
When world leaders came together in September, they committed the resources to put the Global Fund on track to fund its plan to help save 8 million more lives and prevent 300 million new infections by 2020. Answering the call of advocates across the country, the U.S. government made a matching pledge of up to $4.3 billion, committing to invest $1 for every $2 from other donors.
The Obama administration announced yesterday that the U.S. is committing up to $4.3 billion through 2019 to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The infectious disease that claims the most lives in the world today doesn’t make headlines. It’s a stealth killer that’s been around for thousands of years but still makes nearly 10 million people sick annually. It also happens to be a major cause and consequence of global poverty.
Write a letter: Set the agenda with the new Congress (Word Version)
Ask members of Congress to sign on to Global Fund replenishment letter.
Guest Speaker: Mark Dybul, former Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria
January 2019 Webinar Recording
January 2019 Global Webinar Slides (PPT)
January 2019 Global Webinar Slides (PDF)
Guest Speaker: Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA-13)
December 2018 Webinar Recording with Live Transcript
December 2018 Webinar Slides (PDF)
December 2018 Webinar Slides (PPT)
December 2018 Captioning Transcript
Write to Reps. & Senators–Welcome Them to New Congress and Highlight Global Fund (Word Version)
Write to Reps. & Senators and Welcome Them to the New Congress (Word Version)
Guest Speaker: Peter Sands, Executive Director, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
September 2018 Webinar Recording with Live Transcript
September 2018 Webinar Slides (PDF version)
September 2018 Captioning Transcript
FY-19 Sign-on letters
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