Twenty years ago, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria appeared unbeatable and killed millions of people every year. The world had lost control over these epidemics, with devastating consequences for families, communities and countries. Over the course of two decades, these diseases have been stopped in their tracks. One of the game-changing moments was the creation of the Global Fund.
On the 20th anniversary of the Global Fund, world Leaders, private sector and civil society, look back on the impact achieved, celebrate the lives saved, reflect on the lessons learnt and examine how we can protect the gains we have made in the face of COVID-19 to ensure a
healthier, safer, and equitable future for all.