Global Fund Partnership has Saved 32 Million Lives

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Global Fund Partnership has Saved 32 Million Lives
19 September 2019
GENEVA – Programs supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria have saved 32 million lives, according to a report released today. The Results Report 2019 shows great progress against some of the biggest challenges in the fight against the three diseases, while highlighting new threats.

The report includes key annual results achieved in countries where the Global Fund invests:
:: 18.9 million people received antiretroviral therapy for HIV;
:: 719,000 HIV-positive mothers received medicine to keep them alive and prevent transmitting HIV to their babies;
:: 5.3 million people tested and treated for TB;
131 million mosquito nets distributed to protect families from malaria.
“This year’s Results Report shows clearly why we must step up the fight against HIV, TB and malaria,” said Peter Sands, Executive Director of the Global Fund. “We’ve made extraordinary progress, but we still face very daunting challenges that we have to overcome to reach the SDG 3 target of ending the epidemics.”…

Results Report 2019
Our Results Report 2019 delivers a summary of the results achieved through the end of 2018 in countries where the Global Fund invests.
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Note on Global Fund Programmatic Results 19 September 2019