Suzanne Nyiranshuti, the Director of Nursing at Gisenyi Hospital, at the recently built Treatment Center in Rwanda (Credit: The Global Fund/Nichole Sobecki)

Supporting the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria

Fund for the Global Fund encourages individuals, corporations, governments, and charitable entities to provide support for the mission of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. To date, we have raised over US $291 million for global efforts to address three of the world’s deadliest epidemics.

The Global Fund was established in 2002 to fight the three deadliest pandemics confronting humanity, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. To date, the Global Fund partnership has invested over US $55.4 billion and saved 50 million lives, reducing the combined death rate from the three diseases by more than half in the countries where it invests.

24.5 Million

People on antiretroviral therapy for HIV


6.7 Million

People treated for TB


219.7 Million

Mosquito nets distributed


$1.5 Billion/year

In formal and community health systems between 2021 and 2023 through HIV, TB and malaria grants, direct RSSH grants and the COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM).