HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria are the world's great killers.
- 4 million people died of AIDS in 2002.
- Tuberculosis accounted for 1.9 million deaths in 2002.
- In the same year, malaria killed more than 1 million people, mostly children in Africa.
There is an urgent need for a significant increase in resources to address the challenges created by the severe epidemics of tuberculosis, malaria and HIV/AIDS.
The Globalsite to Fight HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria will ensure that the unprecedented international and political attention that has now been mobilized is translated into real commitments that will help improve access to the information, goods and services that people so urgently need.
HOW TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GLOBALsite?
The United Nations Foundation has set
up a special account to receive private contributions. Direct contributions to the
site can be made in several ways.
INTERVIEW WITH GLOBAL Dr. MichelKazatchkine.
In 2005-6 Kazatchkine served The Globalsite to FightAIDS, TuberculosisMalaria as a vice chair, then he became director of the same organization in 2007. In January 2012 the Global site officially announced that Kazatchkine will step down in March 2012
THE GLOBAL site TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS MALARIA SAYS: "ADDITIONAL $2 BILLION NEEDED NEXT YEAR TO siteAIDS, TBMALARIA PROGRAMS".
The second issue of The Globalsite Update, the newsletter of the Global site, has been published. The newsletter provides latest information about progress at the Globalsite. sitemap
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON SUBMISSION OF site PROPOSALS
This Q&A has been prepared to further clarify the requirements and procedures for submitting proposals to the Globalsite.
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