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Here’s everyone that’s already pledged to the Global Fund

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The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria are gearing up for their 6th replenishment in Lyon, France right now. They’re calling on governments around the world to help them meet their funding goal to help save an additional 16 million lives.

We know global health is good for everyone, so we pulled out all the stops and launched a campaign targeting leaders in the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, the EU, Italy and the Netherlands to help the Global Fund meet their critical goal.

Since the launch of our campaign in February, ONE members, volunteers and staff around the world have gathered petition signatures, attended lobby days, advocated at festivals, talked to the public, worked side by side with partner organisations, visited embassies, written letters to the editor, and sent countless emails, tweets and messages to ministers and heads of state.

Finally, after 7+ months of ceaseless campaigning, we’re excited that a number of governments have made bold commitments to #StepUpTheFight against AIDS, TB and malaria. But, we still have work to do to make sure the Global Fund reach their replenishment goal.

Here’s how it’s all gone down and what’s up next:

IRELAND

Ireland was one of the first countries to pledge to the Global Fund! They led the way by increasing their contribution amount by an incredible 50%, which will help to avert 850,000 new cases of HIV, TB and malaria.

UNITED KINGDOM

Following dedicated months of campaigning in the UK, the government announced a bold pledge of £1.4 billion. This pledge will help save 2 million lives by providing funding for antiretroviral therapy, tuberculosis care and treatment, and mosquito nets to prevent malaria.

GERMANY

Angela Merkel made Germany’s pledge announcement in Biarritz at the G7 Summit, dedicating €1 billion to the next replenishment period. This pledge will make a huge difference in the fight against preventable diseases.

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ONE activists in Germany deliver petition to parliament

CANADA

Team Canada closed a hard fought campaign in August with a big WIN for the Global Fund! Maryam Monsef, Minister of International Development and Gender Equality, announced an almost 16% increase to Canada’s contribution to the Global Fund — a total of $930M. Canada’s support will help save 790,000 lives, treat 940,000 more people for TB, distribute 37 million more malaria-preventing bed nets and get 1.3 million more people on antiretroviral therapy.

ITALY

From Biarritz, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a 15% increase to Italy’s contribution to the Global Fund! This will help save over 200,000 lives by providing life-saving therapy for over 335,000 people living with HIV, treatment for over 235,000 people suffering from tuberculosis and over 9 million bed nets to protect children and families from malaria.

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ONE activists raising awareness in Italy

THE EUROPEAN UNION

At the G7 summit in Biarritz, the EU made a political commitment to allocate €550 million to the Global Fund! This pledge will help to save 720,000 lives. This was made possible thanks to the joint effort of ONE Youth Ambassadors in Belgium, ONE members and partners.

WHO ELSE HAS PLEDGED?

To date, Portugal, Luxembourg, India, Japan, Switzerland, and Spain have all made pledges to the Global Fund’s 6th replenishment.

WHO’S NEXT?

At ONE, we’re still running a strong campaign to #StepUpTheFight. Take action now to make sure these governments hear our asks and stay tuned to find out what the results will be!

P.S. If you’re not sure what the Global Fund is or why a pledge to the Global Fund is a big deal, read this!

Sign now: we demand more action in the fight against AIDS

Dear government and business leaders,

We're urging you to show ambition in ending AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. This is a fight we can win – but only if we all do our part. I’m in, are you? Please fully finance the Global Fund to help save another 16 million lives and bring us closer to eliminating these diseases for good.

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