HIV-TB Funding Report
After a decade of strong commitments to fight HIV and tuberculosis (TB), a decline in international funding and the rapid shifting of the financial burden to affected countries is in danger of reversing lifesaving gains and causing an epidemic rebound in some countries. Ahead of Global Fund’s replenishment conference in Lyon (France, 8-10 October 2019), MSF released a report documenting how international funding shortfalls and insufficient domestic resources are already causing wide-ranging gaps in HIV and TB services, and stockouts of essential medicines. Based on studies in nine countries where MSF runs HIV and TB programmes – Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eswatini, Guinea, Kenya, Malawi, Myanmar and Zimbabwe – this report shows that many countries facing a lack of external HIV/TB support are not yet ready to assume responsibility for HIV/TB care in the short term, even though the political will exists. The MSF report calls on donor countries to adapt their approach to the challenges their partner countries are facing, and to take immediate action to reverse the decline in HIV and TB funding.
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