On September 17, leaders from around the world came together in Montreal to raise $12.9 billion to help end HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, and Canada led the charge.
Join us in thanking the Canadian government and the Canadian people for their smart investment in saving lives, taking on AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, and improving the lives of women and girls around the world. Post on Facebook or Twitter to show your appreciation!
Canadians are leading the charge to take on AIDS, TB, and malaria. They deserve a hug.
At the Global Fund Replenishment Conference, world leaders renewed global commitment to the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. Governments, companies, non-profit organizations and philanthropies from around the world committed to smart and effective investments through the Global Fund, which has helped turn the tide against AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria and improve the lives of women and girls since 2002. We’re on track to reach $13 billion by the end of the year which will help save an additional 8 million lives and prevent 300 million infections.
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Thank you, Canada!
Since 2002, 17 million lives have been saved thanks in part to Canada’s support for the Global Fund, one of the most effective global partnerships fighting AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
A Mother and Daughter’s Letter to PM Justin Trudeau
When Patricia gave birth to Consolata, she discovered she was HIV positive and had passed the virus to her daughter. In a heartfelt letter to PM Trudeau, mother and daughter share how the Global Fund helped them get the life-saving medicine they needed.
Ending HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria
Melinda Gates, Trevor Noah, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ask for your help to end HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria– and how you can help.
Saving 20 Million Lives
What if someone told you could save 20 million lives. What if you found out you already did?