Hello from Friends! Here is a quick look at what's new in our work to fight AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria in the age of COVID-19.

Why Global Health Remains Bipartisan

(Think Global Health)

Despite the challenges of a divided Congress, support for global health remains bipartisan according to President Chris Collins.

"Saving millions of lives is not a conservative or progressive issue. There is good reason why global health is broadly supported and deserves increased resources in the years ahead."

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2022 in Review: The Global Fund

(The Moment is Now)

The world came together in 2022 to raise the largest amount of money ever for global health. 50 countries, including 18 African countries, raised $15.7 billion for the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

  • "Now is the time to demonstrate our will, to come together and march forward...that is what counts." -Samantha Power of USAID
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New Report: Epidemics That Didn't Happen

(Resolve to Save Lives)

A new report analyzes six epidemics that were prevented in low- and middle-income countries. The case studies show that, "if we invest in global preparedness, epidemics don’t have to happen."

  • “Outbreaks don’t occur because of a single failure, they occur because of a series of failures...epidemics that don’t happen, don’t happen because there are a series of barriers that prevent them from happening.” - Dr. Tom Frieden of Resolve to Save Lives
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Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA): "Don't Rewrite History" Of PEPFAR (Medium)

"As we approach the 20th anniversary of PEPFAR, I cannot help but think of the sacrifices made by so many over the last two decades to see the progress we’re seeing now. Globally, AIDS-related deaths have been cut by almost two-thirds and new HIV infections have been reduced by more than half since their respective peaks."

Congresswoman Barbara Lee writes in a new op-ed.

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Analysis of Economic and Educational Spillover Effects in PEPFAR Countries (KFF)

A new report by Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) finds that countries supported by PEPFAR experienced:

  • an increase in the GDP per capita growth rate compared to non-PEPFAR countries.

  • a decrease in share of girls and boys who are out of school.
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Global Health News

  • The End of Malaria? A new Vaccine From The Team That Cracked COVID (The Times)

  • HIV Remains a Leading Killer in Africa Despite Medical Breakthroughs – How to Eliminate it (Modern Ghana)
Be sure to check www.theglobalfight.org for the latest. Thanks for your support.
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