The Global Fund is asking Canada for CA$1,200,000,000, a 30% increase from the Sixth Replenishment. The basis for this analysis is from The Global Fund’s modeled estimates on the impact of every US$100 million invested through the Global Fund. Estimates are derived from the modelling conducted to estimate impact of the Global Fund 2023-2025 Investment Case. To estimate the results of a given financial contribution to the Global Fund, first the current upfront disease split in the Global Fund allocation model is assumed, then results are derived by assuming a linear relationship between funding and results. An overhead count of 5% is deducted from the amount. A spot rate of 12 July 2022 has been used to calculate the conversion rate between pounds and dollars. All values are estimates and are subject to ForEx variations.
The Global Fund supports a range of interventions recommended by technical partners, which go beyond those presented in the results of this calculator.
The results reflect contributions of Global Fund investments to national programs and their results. The Global Fund advises that these results are achieved together with partners.
The United States has pledged US$6 billion, but its contributions must be matched two to one to unlock the full funding. Any pledge below the Canada’s Global Fund Ask of CA$1,200,000,000 will leave money on the table. The below figures therefore represent the possible decrease in key results should Canada not meet its full pledge.
If Canada pledges…
|$56,385,000||Total money left on the table, in USD||$112,770,000||Total money left on the table, in USD|
|63,885||lives at risk||127,771||lives at risk|
|1,427,250||new infections possible across the three diseases||2,854,501||new infections possible across the three diseases|
|88,100||fewer people accessing antiretroviral therapy||176,200||fewer people accessing antiretroviral therapy|
|8,523||fewer mothers with access to medicine to prevent transmitting HIV to their babies||17,045||fewer mothers with access to medicine to prevent transmitting HIV to their babies|
|2,420,156||fewer people with access to HIV counselling and testing.||4,840,312||fewer people with access to HIV counselling and testing.|
|145,860||fewer members of key populations with access to prevention programs||291,719||fewer members of key populations with access to prevention programs|
|55,000||fewer people accessing TB treatment and care||110,000||fewer people accessing TB treatment and care|
|1,029,818||fewer people accessing TB screening||2,059,637||fewer people accessing TB screening|
|2,100||fewer people accessing treatment for multi-drug-resistant TB||4,201||fewer people accessing treatment for multi-drug-resistant TB|
|2,769||fewer HIV-positive TB patients accessing ART||5,537||fewer HIV-positive TB patients accessing ART|
|4,300,320||fewer mosquitoes nets distributed to protect children and families from malaria||8,600,641||fewer mosquitoes nets distributed to protect children and families from malaria|
|22,791||fewer seasonal chemoprevention services to protect children and families from malaria will be accessed||45,582||fewer seasonal chemoprevention services to protect children and families from malaria will be accessed|
|915,145||fewer people accessing malaria treatment and care||1,830,290||fewer people accessing malaria treatment and care|
Source: ONE and Global Fund analysis