Infectious Diseases Without Borders — Our Story

An FGFJ x Asahi Shimbun GLOBE+ Collaborative Interview Series

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.

Japanese-Language Video on the Global Fund

The Global Fund and FGFJ have produced an animated video introducing the impacts of the Global Fund partnership over the past 20 years.

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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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The world is facing more than one pandemic: through #COVID19 there have been visible declines in #HIV treatment & testing.
However, there may be a bright-side. In this article, 2 studies assess the effectiveness of COVID vaccines in people living with HIV.

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HIV and COVID-19: juxtaposition of two pandemics

The emergence of SARS-CoV-2 in 2019 has led to a juxtaposition of two pandemics: COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS. As of Ma...

"Development Minister @SvenjaSchulze68 has reaffirmed Germany’s commitment to the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria despite a very turbulent European & international context" said our Vice-Chair @wieczorekzeul

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In this interview, senior #malaria expert @ckarema discusses the present and future of malaria efforts. She also highlights the role of @GlobalFund in supporting malaria control.
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World Malaria Day: ‘Data-driven decision making and tailored approaches crucial now in all efforts to eliminate malaria’

Dr Corine Karema, a senior Malaria expert and the former Director of the Rwanda National Malaria Control Program (...

Thank you #Japan and Ambassador Yamazaki @JapanMissionGE for your longstanding partnership and commitment to achieving #HealthForAll. Together, we will #FightForWhatCounts and build resilient and sustainable systems for health that #LeaveNoOneBehind. #UHC