Global Fund: Results

Global Fund Results

As of July 2016, the Global Fund has disbursed US $30 billion to support programmes for HIV, TB and malaria saving more than 20 million lives. The UNDP-Global Fund partnership has saved 2.5 million of the 20 million lives saved (or 13%) by the Global Fund. Impressive results have also been achieved in expanding programmes that remove human rights and gender-related obstacles to health services, building resilient and sustainable systems for health and delivering HIV, TB and malaria services in challenging operating environments – all of which are core to UNDP’s HIV and health work.

Figure: The Global Fund Results Report 2106

 

  • 20 million lives have been saved; and programmes are on track to reach 22 million lives by the end of 2016.
  • A decline of one-third in the number of people dying 
from HIV, TB and malaria since 2002 in countries where 
the Global Fund invests. 

  • 146 million infections have been averted across the three diseases. 

  • Since the peak of
the crisis in 2005, 
the number of deaths caused by AIDS has declined by 45% in countries where
the Global Fund invests.
  • The number of deaths from TB has declined by 31% between 2000 and 2015 in countries where the Global Fund invests.
  • There has been a 1/3 decrease in deaths of children under five from Malaria.
  • The Global Fund supports countries in expanding programmes that remove human rights and gender-related obstacles to health care so that everyone can access the health services they need. 60% of the organisation’s total investments are now directed to women and girls to specifically address the inequalities affecting women and girls.
  • Building resilient and sustainable systems for health is critically important to end HIV, TB and malaria as epidemics. 40% of Global Fund investments go toward building resilient and sustainable systems for health.

 

Figure: The Global Fund Results Report 2106

 

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