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Enrollees in Nigeria, Kenya and Tanzania


Total disbursed loan amount in USD


Number of patient visits to SafeCare facilities per month


Number of active clinics in the SafeCare program


G7 nations should take leading role in closing the funding gap of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS

Feb 23, 2009

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS is faced with a current funding gap. International civil society, health organizations and faith-based groups call on the G7 nations to take up a leading role in closing this gap. They gathered over three hundred signatures from organizations in more than thirty countries and sent a letter to the Ministers of Finance to urge them to take action. (click here to download the letter).

Furthermore, via this letter they want to raise awareness worldwide about the funding gap, its implications and the need for governments to commit to their fair share to the Fund now.

Money is needed to keep the Global Fund to Fight AIDS in full business. Many public health experts have labelled it the most innovative, far-reaching, results-driven health financing mechanism in the world. Through the work of the Fund millions of people around the world have access to life-saving treatment, prevention and care. To continue this fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in 2009 and 2010 $8 billion will be needed.


On 12 September 2016, OPIC, Calvert Foundation and two private investors announce expansion
PharmAccess and its German consultancy partner GFA have won a 27.3 million Euros tender from the German development bank KfW to improve access to healthcare for low-income pregnant women in 5 regions of Tanzania.
President Felipe Nyuse of Mozambique officially opened the University Clinic


A population-based study
Date: September, 2015

Research findings on Health Insurance Fund supported programs

Date: February, 2015