Key Outcomes from the 49th Global Fund Board Meeting
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Since the Board meeting in 2022, threats to the Global Fund’s ability to deliver its vision and mission have multiplied and deepened. These include: increasing conflict situations; extremely harmful and punitive laws gaining momentum in several countries targeting people living with HIV and LGBTQI+ communities; increased incidence of HIV, TB and malaria in some regions; continued shrinkage of civil society space; and challenges to sustainability of our Global Fund’s gains. There is a great concern regarding the growing threats for LGBTQI+ communities in Uganda, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan and other countries.
Ahead of this Board Meeting, the DCNGO Delegation’s message to the Global Fund Partnership was clear: It is critical to address increasing challenges in order to save lives. This was echoed by the Implementer Group which unites 10 constituencies from implementing countries of the Global Fund Board. “The principle that communities are at the centre of everything we do” is at the core of Global Fund Strategy, however, it is necessary to move this from rhetoric to action in order to address these threats.
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