Global Fund 6th Replenishment

2020 – 2022

A Fully Funded Sixth Replenishment of the Global Fund is Needed!

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) raises funding in three-year cycles known as Replenishments. This allows the Global Fund to inform implementing partners of a “funding allocation” and allows them to plan effectively.

The replenishment of the Global Fund is a long process in which donor governments, private sector, private donors and foundations, high net worth individuals and civil society among others collaboratively work and advocate to mobilize the required amount of investment to realize a fully-funded Global Fund.

Traditionally the Global Fund replenishment consists of two key events:

  1. The Preparatory Meeting – New Delhi India, 7 & 8 February 2019
  2. The Replenishment Conference – Lyon, France, 10 October 2019

The purpose of the preparatory meeting is to provide Global Fund partners with key information on the impact to be achieved and the financial resources needed to achieve the 2030 targets based on the investment case.

The Replenishment Conference convenes leaders from governments, civil society, the private sector and communities affected by the diseases.

Leading up to, during, and after the Replenishment Conference, donors from different sectors – including from governments, private sector and foundations, High Nett Worth Individuals (HWNI) – will announce their pledges to the Global Fund.

Global Action –  Valentine’s Day

On this Valentine’s day communities and civil society advocates in over 45 countries sends “love letters” to embassies and high commissions of donor countries of the Global Fund and others to appreciate their continuous support for the fight against HIV, TB and Malaria since the establishment of the Global Fund and to call for increased and early pledges to the global Fund Sixth Replenishment while in some countries our colleagues met the representatives of the donor countries to show our love and appreciation.


The Action held in held in Canada was led and coordinated by the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD). Letters were sent to Prime Minister Trudeau; Minister Bibeau, Minister of International Development; Minister Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs...

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