Private Sector Partners Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria in Africa

Ian MatthewsArticle, News

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Five private sector partners today announced new pledges for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment during the World Economic Forum on Africa. Goodbye Malaria, which is supported by Nando’s, an international restaurant group founded in South Africa, as well as other corporate partners, has pledged R85 million (about US$5.5 million) to the Global Fund to expand a … Read More

Ian MatthewsPrivate Sector Partners Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria in Africa

Key decisions from the 41st Global Fund Board meeting

Ian MatthewsArticle

GBCHealth provided valuable support to the Private Sector Delegation (PSD) during the Global Fund’s recent 41st Board meeting, held in Geneva, Switzerland on 15 and 16 May. The Board of the Global Fund approved a new allocation methodology and catalytic investment priorities for the 2020-2022 funding cycle. The Board also had an opportunity to touch upon key resource mobilization issues, … Read More

Ian MatthewsKey decisions from the 41st Global Fund Board meeting

Global Fund Private Sector Delegation (PSD) Advocacy Efforts & Leadership Changes Ahead of Replenishment

Ian MatthewsArticle, News

Global Fund PSD advocates for increased funding from U.S. Congress In advance of the 6th Global Fund Replenishment Conference this October in Lyon, France, PSD representatives visited with nine Congressional offices last month, most of which represent key appropriators in the House of Representatives and Senate, to advocate for an increased pledge to the Global Fund by the U.S. government. … Read More

Ian MatthewsGlobal Fund Private Sector Delegation (PSD) Advocacy Efforts & Leadership Changes Ahead of Replenishment

Insights: Transitional Funding: A Set Up for Failure or Success?

Alyssa GovindanArticle

By: Alyssa Govindan, GBCHealth The WHO recently reported that Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, affectionately known as the BRICS, are losing a combined $46 billion to premature cancer deaths every year. Director of the International Agency for Cancer Research, Dr. Christopher Wild, spoke about the new report published in Cancer Epidemiology: “Focusing on tobacco control, vaccination programs and … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInsights: Transitional Funding: A Set Up for Failure or Success?

Event: The Global Fund Explores Innovative Finance for Health

Alyssa GovindanNews, Newsletter

On November 13th, the Private Sector Constituency to the Global Fund Board hosted a discussion on “Opportunities in Innovative Financing for Health” on the sidelines of the 38th Board Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight HIV, TB and Malaria. The Global Fund is the largest financing institution in global health, having funded programs that have saved more than 22 … Read More

Alyssa GovindanEvent: The Global Fund Explores Innovative Finance for Health

Event: Opportunities in Innovative Health Financing with the Global Fund

Alyssa GovindanNews, Newsletter

The Global Fund Private Sector Delegation (PSD) will host an event on the sidelines of the 38th Global Fund Board meeting to discuss opportunities in innovative health financing. A significant increase in resources and funding is essential if we are to reach sustainable development goal (SDG) targets including eliminating HIV, TB and Malaria by 2030. Pressures on donor financing combined … Read More

Alyssa GovindanEvent: Opportunities in Innovative Health Financing with the Global Fund

Meet the new Global Fund Board Vice-Chair – John Simon

Ian MatthewsNews

GBCHealth sat down with Ambassador John Simon, the newly appointed Vice-Chair of the Global Fund, to learn more about his priorities and to discuss how the Fund can continue to lead the development community on innovative health financing. Why do you think global health remains one of the few areas to continually receive bipartisan support in the U.S. Congress?  Success … Read More

Ian MatthewsMeet the new Global Fund Board Vice-Chair – John Simon

37th Meeting of the Global Fund Board of Directors

Margaret ArbogastEvent

The Board of the Global Fund meets twice a year on average. At each meeting the Board takes a number of decisions, which are legally binding on the Board, the Secretariat, and in-country partners.

Margaret Arbogast37th Meeting of the Global Fund Board of Directors

Call for Applications: 2017-2019 Global Fund PSD Board Member and Alternate Board Member Elections

Margaret ArbogastNews

The Private Sector Delegation (PSD) to the Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria is now accepting applications for Board Member and Alternate Board Member positions for the upcoming 2017-2019 term. The PSD Board Member and Alternate Board Member will represent the private sector as a voting constituency to the Global Fund’s governance board for a … Read More

Margaret ArbogastCall for Applications: 2017-2019 Global Fund PSD Board Member and Alternate Board Member Elections

Private Sector Doubles Contribution to Global Fund

Nisa PatelNews

Last week, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria hosted its Fifth Replenishment Conference where government and private sector partners pledged a total of $12.9 billion for 2017-2019. This replenishment was particularly noteworthy for its inaugural commitments – such as a $10 million pledge from the Government of Qatar – and pledges from African countries and companies. Kenya and South Africa pledged … Read More

Nisa PatelPrivate Sector Doubles Contribution to Global Fund