Urge Congress to Increase U.S. Global Fund Commitment
The United States will join with other donor countries to pledge commitments to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria for the next three years during the Global Fund’s replenishment meeting in October. As the world’s largest global health financing organization, the Global Fund has supported HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria programs since 2002 that have saved more than 27 million lives.
As the largest contributor to the Global Fund, increasing the U.S. commitment is vital for meeting replenishment goals and for leveraging stronger commitments from other donors. IDSA and HIVMA are working with the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene on urging lawmakers to increase resources for the Global Fund. Fill out this form to sign on to our letter urging Congressional leaders to increase the U.S. contribution to the Global Fund in fiscal year 2020. Please share the form with colleagues. The deadline to sign on is Friday, Feb. 22.