The Global Fund is the Best Bet to Beat AIDS, TB & Malaria

Since the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) was founded in 2002, it has saved over 27 million lives. But amid an era of stagnant funding for global public health and diminishing cooperation among countries, the Global Fund is facing a crisis. AHF urges world leaders to honor their declaration from the G20 summit and ensure the Fund can meet or exceed its fundraising goal of $14 billion during its upcoming Sixth Replenishment Pledging Conference in October.