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An update on the Global Fund's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is protecting its core mission of ending AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria

10 Nov 2021
The Global Fund continues to play a key role in the global COVID-19 response

During a pre-Board virtual session held on 3 November 2021, the Secretariat updated the Global Fund Board on the organization's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the delivery of its core mission of ending AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria (HTM), as of 20 October 2021.

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The Global Fund continues to protect its core mission of ending AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria amid the COVID-19 pandemic

13 May 2021
The Secretariat has made changes to the COVID-19 Response Mechanism

During a pre-Board session, the Global Fund Secretariat updated the Board on the Global Fund's response to the COVID-19 pandemic while protecting the organization's core mission, as of 28 April 2021.

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COVID-19 vaccination in Africa: from hope to reality

9 Apr 2021
African Countries' Progress, Challenges and Difficulties in the Vaccine Race

Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, African countries have recorded 2,873,122 coronavirus cases, of which 89% have survived. The most affected countries on the African continent are South Africa with 1,521,068 cases, followed by Algeria, Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria.

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La vaccination anti-Covid-19 en Afrique : de l’espoir à la réalité

20 Mar 2021
Etat d’avancement, défis et difficultés des pays africains face à la course aux vaccins

Introduction

Depuis le début de la pandémie en mars 2020, les pays africains ont comptabilisé un total de 2 873 122 cas, qui, dans 89% des cas, ont survécu à l’infection. Les pays les plus affectés sur le continent africain sont l’Afrique du sud avec 1 521 068 cas, suivi de l’Ethiopie, le Nigéria, l’Algérie et le Kenya.

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THE ACT ACCELERATOR PARTNERSHIP REQUIRES $31.3 BILLION TO DELIVER NEW COVID-19 TOOLS GLOBALLY

16 Jul 2020
Global health actors forge a common front to Combat COVID-19

On 24 April 2020, the Global Fund, the World Health Organization (WHO) and a range of global health actors launched the 

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