Donors Pledge Nearly $13 Billion

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  • Donors pledged over US$12.9 billion for the next three years at the launch of the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment in an extraordinary tribute to partnership and collective determination to end HIV, tuberculosis and malaria as epidemics and transform the lives of millions.

    Hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the two-day event in Montréal displayed a spirit of optimism for the future as leaders from every corner of the world, governments, civil society, the private sector, and people affected by HIV, tuberculosis and malaria came together to build a more perfect world.

  • The Replenishment Conference, which benefited from the participation of several heads of governments, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, among others, raised nearly $1 billion more than the previous replenishment conference in 2013. Several donors significantly increased pledges, many new partners pledged for the first time, and private sector contributions more than doubled.

    “We can end these epidemics for good, if we accelerate our efforts and continue to bring in new partners,” said Prime Minister Trudeau, summing up the mood of the conference.

    Speaker after speaker echoed the ideals that led to the founding of the Global Fund and the need to work across borders, empower women and girls and break down barriers that prevent people from accessing lifesaving health care.

    In celebration of the power of the world coming together for global health and youth engagement, the conference will be followed by the Global Citizen Concert to End AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria with Usher, The Roots, Half Moon Run, Metric, Grimes and Charlotte Cardin.

  • Global Fund Donors Pledge Nearly $13 Billion to Help End Epidemics

    At the launch of the Global Fund’s Fifth Replenishment, donors pledged over US$12.9 billion for the next three years, demonstrating extraordinary global commitment toward ending the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria for good.

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  • Private Donors Double Investments to
    the Global Fund

    The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced during the conference that pledges from private donors and innovative financing initiatives reached US$250 million for the coming three years, more than twice as much as in the previous period.

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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Macky Sall, President of Senegal, speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of Bangladesh, speaking at the opening of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 16 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Hannah Godefa, UNICEF Ethiopia National Ambassador, speaking at the opening of the second day of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, speaking at the opening of the second day of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, keynote speaker for the opening of the second day of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Bono, U2 frontman and co-founder of (RED), keynote speaker for the opening of the second day of the Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Seated from left to right: Niluka Perera, Project Officer, Youth Voices Count Sri Lanka; Deborah Dugan, CEO of (RED); Modibo Keïta, Prime Minister of Mali; Mamady Youla, Prime Minister of the Republic of Guinea; Ashley Murphy, Fellow, Me to We; Karina Gould, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development (Moderator). In Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Loyce Maturu, AIDS activist from Zimbabwe, and Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund, at the closing session in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Priti Patel, UK Secretary of State for International Development, pledges £1.1 billion to the Global Fund at the closing session in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, at the closing session of the Fifth Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the closing session of the Fifth Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the closing session of the Fifth Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montréal, Canada 17 September 2016. The Global Fund / Vadim Daniel