I’ve been the Executive Director of the Global Fund, a worldwide partnership to defeat HIV, tuberculosis and malaria and ensure a healthier, safer, more equitable future for all, since 2018. After serving as CEO of Standard Chartered PLC, I was a research fellow at the Harvard
Now 24.5 million people are on HIV treatment in the countries in which the Global Fund invests, and we have reversed the course of the pandemic.
Ending AIDS Among Children Can Be An Inspiration Toward Ending All Preventable Deaths Among Children
In a world where those with less power and privilege are often forgotten, the welfare of children stands out.
The world is at a defining moment in the fight against malaria. More than ever, we are at risk of losing our battle against this disease.
Covid-19 shone a harsh light on global health inequities. When there is a worldwide shortage or supply chains get disrupted, it is those in need who suffer the most.
While the 17 SDGs present a sweeping vision for improving the lives of people across the world, progress against them is, at best, mixed.
Japan’s example of turbocharging the fight against TB is a roadmap to delivering UHC and strengthening pandemic preparedness.
Finding the people who have TB is still the biggest challenge in fighting this age-old disease, which still kills some 1.6 million people a year.
AIDS is the leading cause of death among women and girls in Africa, and the third-leading cause of death in women globally.
In those 36 hours, Celina lost her husband of 10 years. Suddenly she was a widow, a single mother with three small kids, without an income.