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The Fund to Fight AIDS

Private Sector  


The Fund is a new public-private partnership that will make a sustainable and significant contribution to reducing infections, illness and death caused by HIV AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It will do so by attracting, managing and disbursing additional funds to those already available.

Please note that members of the private sector are invited to take part in all Fund processes, including taking part in the submission of proposals, or joining the Technical Review Panel.

The creation of such a public-private partnership requires the full involvement of the private sector, both as a strategic partner in building strong alliances to fight these diseases, and as a source of expertise and experience.

The Fund encourages the private sector to take a fully active role in fighting AIDS, TB and malaria and would like to keep all its partners - governments, NGOs, multilateral agencies and other civil society partners - informed of the many private sector initiatives already underway.

This page will regularly highlight the various development and health interventions, projects and best practice of business, both corporations at the global level and small or medium sized businesses in developing countries.

We would require the following information:

  • Name of company
  • Country/town where activity is located
  • Short description (250 words maximum) of activities concerning AIDS, TB and malaria or related development activities, particularly innovative projects in partnership with public sector or NGOs
  • URL (if you would like us to link to your website)
  • Budget (cash and in kind)
  • Results achieved

A private sector consultation was held in Geneva on 6-7 December 2001, at which private sector representatives fully endorsed the public-private partnership model of the Fund and made a number of recommendations.


Global Business Council on HIV AIDS
World Economic Forum - Global Health Initiative