Call to sign a civil society letter to the Board of the GF on Disease Split
- 05.11.2021 21:08
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TB Europe Coalition is asking you to sign-on to a civil society letter to the Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The Global Fund Board meets next week to decide on several important issues including the so-called Global Disease Split – proportion of resources the Global Fund allocates between the three diseases. We call upon the Board to increase the resource allocation to the TB response which is possible without jeopardizing the progress in other two diseases.
The full text of the letter is available at the link https://t.ly/Gdz3
We would very much welcome your support by signing-on in the end of the letter. Please put your organization’s name and country (skip it, if an international association).
As the letter needs to be sent to the Global Fund Board on Monday, 8 November morning, the sign-ons will be accepted by Sunday, 7 November, 6 pm CET (Geneva time).
Unfortunately, amendments to the text cannot be incorporated at this short time.
Please feel free to disseminate this message in your networks.
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