The Global Fund needs to replenish its reserves in order to fill its mission of fighting the world’s three top diseases. The Global Fund is essentially a collective pool of money that supports governments, NGOs and other institutions in their...
The Global Fund is a giant pool of money created in 2002 to address the three leading killers around the world: AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. It’s main contributors are governments, though private organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation...
The archbishop has some advice for the president.
I created this video and wrote this post last March 24 that discusses Bangladesh's Global Fund-financed projects for TB control in hard-to-reach rural communities.
The White House released its 2013 budget request. What this means for the US-UN relationship, global health priorities, and the legacy of Hillary Clinton.
I was in Liberia during the Global Fund's 10th anniversary celebrations late last week and I wanted to be sure that readers saw this excellent video marking one decade of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.
Blogging from Cameroon this week, on a UNITAID sponsored trip to examine HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB programs.
Can Malaria be rolled back? You bet. Here's how Malaria is being effectively challenged in one endemic region in rural Bangladesh.
The Associated Press ran another senseless gotcha article about the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis, and Malaria.