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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.

2024 marks the 20th anniversary of the Friends of the Global Fund, Japan (FGFJ)! 

Learn more about our work & Japan’s leadership in global health over the last two decades →

To commemorate World AIDS Day, FGFJ held an event reflecting on the lessons learned from 40 years of fighting HIV/AIDS

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On the Sidelines of UNGA78, the Friends of the Global Fund network Held a Hybrid Event to Discuss Inclusive Health Systems in the Context of UHC, PPR, and the Fight Against TB

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FGFJ Diet Task Force Visited 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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During #COVID19, medical oxygen saved millions of lives. But less than 50% of health facilities in low- & mid-income countries had reliable access to oxygen. @GlobalFund has invested over $617 million to bring medical oxygen to low- & mid-income countries.

Ahead of #WHA77, the 2024 #SDG3GAP report has been released. "The world is beset by interlocking & intersecting crises. Restoring advancement toward the SDGs & future-proofing progress requires agile, collaborative & resilient health systems.” @PeterASands

What do we need to confront new and evolving challenges, and provide health care to everyone, everywhere? 

Resilient, strong health systems fortify countries so they can beat back preventable diseases and prepare for the future.

Unitaid innovations in the battle against HIV, TB, and malaria, scaled up globally by the @GlobalFund, offer 16% more health & economic gains. Together, we fast-forward global health targets and save lives faster. Find out more: