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A Global Fund minimum, monitoring antiretroviral treatment, expanding HIV care capacities and confidence . . . We’re reading about doing more, with more

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Global Fund Communities and NGO Delegations three calls – The delegations representing communities and on-the-ground organizations at the launch of the 5th replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria reminds donors who have not yet pledged their contribution to the next three years of responses that $13 billion is not a […]

U.S. to host Global Fund replenishment meeting in December

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Secretary of State John Kerry announced today at the United Nations General Assembly meeting that the next replenishment meeting of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria will be held in Washington D.C. around World AIDS Day in December. With the United Kingdom’s recent announcement that they will double their current commitment to […]

Global Fund Chief Says U.S. Needs to Make High-Level Long-Term Commitment

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The full-court press is on for Michel Kazatchkine, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. With the Global Fund’s replenishment conference set for early October, “this must be an intensive period of advocacy of all of us,” he told a group of D.C.-based global health advocates on Wednesday. One of […]

Goosby Promises "Steep" Scale Up of HIV Prevention Services

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Despite a nearly flat budget, US Global AIDS Coordinator Eric Goosby today promised a “steep increase” in PEPFAR’s prevention activity, as the program pivots from an emergency US response to a broader long-term, country-driven endeavor. Indeed, Dr. Goosby signaled that PEPFAR will be as aggressive in scaling up prevention services in the next five years […]