Over the years, G7 leaders have always acknowledged and recognised the importance and expressed their support for the important contributions of the Global Fund to global health. With 2030 around the corner, the deadline to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the focus on ending HIV, TB and malaria as epidemics is now more crucial than ever. Ending these current diseases as epidemics will bring us closer to PPPR and achieving UHC for all and leaving no one behind. 

As communities living with, affected by and/or vulnerable to HIV, TB and malaria and civil society across the world, we urge you to press for language in the G7 leaders communiqué that recommits to ending the epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria by 2030 and calls for additional commitments to meet the Global Funds 7th Replenishment target.

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Table of Signatories

NameOrganizationCountry
Surendra Nath Nayak
National Coalition of People Living with HIV in India (NCPI +)
India
A.M.C. Kanthi Abeykoon
Community Strength Development Foundation
Sri Lanka
Bhautik Zankhariya
Gujarat State Network Of People Living With HIV/AIDS
India
Aman Shukla
India Working group for Health Advocacy (IWG)
India
Stefania Burbo
Global Health Italian Network
Italy
sahrul syah
Indonesian Harm Reduction Network
Indonesia
JOYCE KYEREWAA AHENKORAH
UNIVERSITY FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Ghana
sahrul syah
Indonesia
Indonesia
Olivia Ngou
Civil Society For Malaria Elimination (CS4ME)
Cameroon
Gareth Jenkins
Malaria No More UK
United Kingdom
Olivia Ngou
Impact Sante Afrique / GFAN Africa
Cameroon
S. P. I. Niroshan Senadheera
Lankaplus
Sri Lanka
Kinz ul Eman
Dopasi Foundation
Pakistan
Sylvie Merchant
India working group for health advocacy
India
Sandeepa Perera
Young Out Here Sri Lanka Trust
Sri Lanka
Shale Ahmed
Bandhu Social Welfare Society
Bangladesh
Timothy Barlow-Muwanga
Most At Risk Populations' Society in Uganda (MARPS In Uganda)
Uganda
Tom Rogers Muyunga-Mukasa
Advocacy Network Africa (AdNetA)
United States
Savaronjon Sikder
Institute of Allergy and Clinical Immunology of Bangladesh (IACIB)
Bangladesh
Professor Dr. Moazzem Hossain
Institute of Allergy and Clinical Immunology of Bangladesh (IACIB)
Bangladesh

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