Joint Statement

Partners in Asia-Pacific join global communities and civil society to call on the United Kingdom for an increased pledge for the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment

On 16th June, communities and civil society partners in the Asia-Pacific from Commonwealth countries joined the global action to call on the United Kingdom to #FightForWhatCounts and stand with its Commonwealth allies in the fight to end HIV, TB and Malaria as epidemics with a 30% increase to the contribution of the United Kingdom!  The action is led in the following Commonwealth Countries in the Asia-Pacific by:

    • Australia: Results Australia
    • Bangladesh: BRAC and Bandhu
    • India: India Working Group for Health Advocacy
    • Malaysia: Positive Malaysian Treatment Access & Advocacy Group (MTAAG+) 
    • Pakistan: Khwaja Sira Society and APLHIV Pakistan
    • Papua New Guinea: IGAT Hope Inc
    • Singapore: Global Fund Advocates Network Asia-Pacific (GFAN AP)
    • Sri Lanka: Diversity and Solidarity Trust (DAST)

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