Global Fund

Solar energy saves lives and cuts costs. Lower power bills for health facilities means significant savings for re-investment
The Replenishment launch for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) was a success -- in funding and more.
A peer educator (middle) trained by HelpAge International talks to two older women about measures they can take to prevent
The Global Fund equips women and girls with the skills and opportunities they need to make a difference in their communities
In the fight to end the epidemic of tuberculosis (TB), there are a couple of major obstacles. One is reaching potential patients
Looking ahead to further accomplishments in global health 4. We have proved that early treatment can virtually stop the spread
Mosquito-borne parasites know no borders, as the Zika virus in Latin America has reminded us this year. While the impact of Zika is still being assessed, we know that malaria kills hundreds of thousands of people a year, most of them young children. Malaria is a preventable and treatable disease, and we are determined to end it.
Innovation comes in many forms, from brilliant technology breakthroughs in Silicon Valley to less flashy advances like a simpler way to deliver essential products. In many cases, even a low-tech innovation can improve health care in a life-changing way. All you need is a new perspective on an old problem.
Of course, we cannot prevent the emergence of another Ebola-like virus. But we can prepare for it. This is not only the right thing to do, it also makes the best financial sense.
There is nothing wrong with having HIV. I tell people that I love myself and that I am not less because of HIV. And as an HIV advocate, I help other women living with HIV deal with the disease, and make sure they know that it is not the end of the world.