We could help save 16 million lives, if world leaders step up and fully fund The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. That’s 16 million people who can live, work, attend school, and participate in their communities without the toll of preventable disease.
This year, leaders will gather in France to decide whether or not to fully back this life-saving work. We have the power to make sure they do. Sign our global petition now to ensure our voices are heard loud and clear.
Superheroes take on villains to protect us all, from giant killer robots to evil overlords. But the truth is, many of the deadliest threats people face are tiny: bacteria and viruses like HIV, TB and malaria.
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Today, over 800 young women will contract HIV. Tomorrow, it will be another 800. One week from now, nearly 6,000 young women will have contracted HIV.
The grim news: AIDS isn’t a disease of the past, it’s a crisis now. The great news: we have the means to end it.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has helped slash deaths from these diseases by a third. This innovative partnership backs brave frontline nurses and doctors and the latest technologies to help people fight back against these killer diseases.
Millions of women and girls are still at risk, but if enough of us take action, 2019 could be a turning point in the fight. This year, government and business leaders will gather in France to decide whether or not to expand the reach of the Global Fund. With full funding, we could help save 16 million more lives and stem the spread of disease. That’s the kind of bold ambition the world needs.
Tell world leaders to step things up so progress doesn’t slip back. Join the call to fully finance the Global Fund.
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.