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Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ), is dedicated to strengthening support in Japan for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

Join us around World AIDS Day for an event reflecting on the lessons learned from 40 years of fighting HIV/AIDS

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Friends of the Global Fund held a Hybrid Event on Inclusive Health Systems on the Sidelines of UNGA78

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FGFJ Diet Task Force Visits Global Fund-Supported Sites in Vietnam

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What is the FGFJ Diet Task Force?

A multi-party task force of Diet members who examine ways to broaden Japan’s international role in combating HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and other communicable diseases.
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The Global Fund’s Lifesaving Work Against Infectious Diseases

The Global Fund and FGFJ produced an animated video introducing the impact of the Global Fund partnership over the past 20 years →

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (The Global Fund) is credited with saving countless lives from the three deadliest communicable diseases—HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria.

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【11/30 公開セミナーの参加受付中!】
第1部には、俳優の福士誠治さん、日本で長年 #HIV#lgbtq の問題に取り組んできた生島嗣さんが登壇します!聞き手は、キャスター/ジャーナリストの長野智子さんです。福士誠治さんには、主演舞台「インヘリタンス—継承―」にかける意気込みもうかがいます。
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【11/30 公開セミナーの参加受付中!】
第1部には、俳優の福士誠治さん、日本で長年 #HIV や #LGBTQ の問題に取り組んできた生島嗣さんが登壇します!聞き手は、キャスター/ジャーナリストの長野智子さんです。福士誠治さんには、主演舞台「インヘリタンス—継承―」にかける意気込みもうかがいます。

Climate change will potentially push 132 million people into extreme poverty by 2030 – one-third of which are the result of climate-related health risks.

The @WorldBank & @GlobalFund's joint efforts aim to mitigate climate-related health risks:

“We must adapt our public health system to a changing climate.”

In the wake of Cyclone Freddy’s devastating floods, Minister @HonChiponda @health_malawi calls for urgent action to digitize health data and build resilient and sustainable health systems.

#TB is an eradicable disease with adequate funding and commitment to extending tools. By tackling staff shortages and resource constraints in healthcare facilities, we can fill the gap between advancements and accessibility.
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Ending TB Is Within Reach — So Why Are Millions Still Dying?

Tuberculosis has passed Covid as the top infectious disease killer, despite new medicines and better diagnostic tools.

Almost all the tests, medicines, vaccines, & medical tools used in Africa are manufactured elsewhere.

When supply chains get disrupted, it is those in need who suffer the most.

Local manufacturing can help ensure equitable access to medical essentials.