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Stakeholders have warned that COVID 19 disruptions are likely to set back efforts made in curbing HIV infections back to ten years or more. According to UNAIDS' new report released in July 2020, while securing antiretroviral therapy has been steadily improving, the progress is inequitable. In its report, Seizing the...

During the Global Action week, WACI Health convened a young people round table dubbed youth extravaganza that brought together different youth organizations ,adolescent girls ,and young women in Kenya  to learn more on how they could contribute to the success  of the Global fund objectives of fighting HIV/AIDS, TB and...

The GFF We Want & Love

The GFF We Want & Love Tackling the greatest health and nutrition issues affecting women, children, and adolescents       Helping to mobilize local resources to ensure sustainability and local ownership             Empowering communities to strengthen their health systems by funneling resources to countries   Going the extra mile to resource...

Civil Society for Malaria Elimination (CS4ME), Global Fund Advocates Network Africa (GFAN Africa), Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific (GFAN AP), along with communities and civil society living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV, TB and malaria extends our heartiest congratulations to their Excellencies, the Presidents of the Democratic Republic...

Invest in TB. Save Lives

Tuberculosis (TB) is the leading cause of death from a single infectious disease. About a quarter of the world’s population is infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Consequently, a proportion of 5-10% of the 2 billion people will develop TB in their lifetime, with increased probability among people living with HIV and...

The Seventh Replenishment

GFAN Africa and Global Fund are working together to ensure successful 7 th Replenishment of the Global Fund as 2022 is the Replenishment year for the period 2023-2025. These are in support of President Joe Biden's decision to host the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment Conference in the United States in...

Stakeholders have warned that COVID 19 disruptions are likely to set back efforts made in curbing HIV infections back to ten years or more. According to UNAIDS' new report released in July 2020, while securing antiretroviral therapy has been steadily improving, the progress is inequitable. In its report, Seizing the...

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