On September 16–21, Vitaly Djuma, Executive Director of ECOM and Alternate Board Member of the Global Fund Board from the Developed Country NGO Delegation, participated in the 7th conference on replenishment of financial resources of the Global Fund for the next three years.
This important event brought together heads of state, representatives of governments, the private sector, civil society and key communities.
As a result, US$14.25 billion was raised — a record amount not only for the Global Fund, but for any other international health structure. These funds will save 20 million lives and prevent 450 million new infections. This money is a new hope to end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. These investments will also strengthen health systems and communities to ensure that no one is left behind and to build resilience against future shocks.
However, the Global Fund did not achieve its goal of raising US$18 billion. And this means that there is no time for a respite — the work on collecting resources must continue. If the Global Fund does not receive the full amount, the organization's ambitious new strategy for 2023–2028 and the global response to the three diseases will be at risk.
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