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The Power of PEPFAR Against Pandemics: Building Towards the Future

Photo credit: Galant *This post originally appeared on Medium.* By: Joel Lamstein, Founder and President of John Snow, Inc and Nanthalile Mugala, Chief of Africa Region, PATH From the emergence of COVID-19 almost two years ago to today’s goal of getting shots in arms, one of the most powerful tools used to mitigate the pandemic’s […]

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Global AIDS Policy Partnership Statement on World AIDS Day 2021

December 1, 2021, Washington, D.C. – As we commemorate World AIDS Day this year, the Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP), a coalition of over 70 advocacy and implementing organizations committed to expanding and improving global HIV and AIDS programming, urges policymakers to draw their attention to the compounding inequalities facing people living with and most […]

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Global AIDS Policy Partnership Applauds Biden Administration’s Announcement that the U.S. Will Host Global Fund’s Replenishment

The Global AIDS Policy Partnership applauds the Biden Administration’s announcement that the U.S. will host the Global Fund’s seventh replenishment conference in 2022. We thank the Administration for their commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS and the leadership shown by agreeing to host this critical event, and for leveraging the U.S.’s important role in that […]

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Global AIDS Policy Partnership Applauds the Biden Administration on Intention to Nominate New Global AIDS Ambassador

Dr. John Nkengasong will provide essential leadership to U.S. flagship program to combat HIV/AIDS around the world September 23, 2021, Washington, D.C. – The Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP) applauds the intention of the Biden Administration to nominate Dr. John Nkengasong as the new U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator. The global progress made against HIV/AIDS is […]

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Innovations & Challenges of PEPFAR Prevention Programming During COVID-19

Save the date for this webinar co-hosted by AVAC and GAPP Join us on Friday, September 9 at 1 PM ET for a webinar, co-hosted by the Global AIDS Policy Partnership and AVAC, focused on PEPFAR’s approach to the provision of prevention services during the COVID-19 pandemic. The discussion will include the impact on, and adaptation […]

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Statement on Jirair Ratevosian Appointment

The Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP)—a coalition of over 70 advocacy and implementing organizations committed to expanding and improving global HIV/AIDS programming—extends its sincere congratulations to Jirair Ratevosian on his appointment as Senior Advisor for the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator and Health Diplomacy at the U.S. Department of State. Jirair’s wealth of knowledge […]

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The Necessary Tools for Fighting Parallel Pandemics

*This article, co-authored by GAPP members amfAR and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, originally appeared on Morning Consult. Recently, we marked the 40th anniversary of the first reported cases of HIV in the United States. In the years that followed that initial discovery, HIV emerged as a global health threat; one that would test the commitment of […]

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Reintroducing the Global AIDS Policy Partnership

Reintroducing the Global AIDS Policy Partnership If you’ve been a part of the Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP) for a while, or worked with it, you might have noticed that we are doing some things a little differently lately. And if you are just now getting to know us, it might be because we’ve been […]

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Global AIDS Policy Partnership Welcomes Increase in Global Health Funding from House Sub-Committee

Global AIDS Policy Partnership Welcomes Increase in Global Health Funding from House Sub-Committee Additional resources are required to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a public health threat Appropriations Committee for its prioritization of global health in the 2022 State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) funding bill. This legislation includes $10.6 billion for U.S. global […]

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GAPP Statement on FY22 President’s Budget

The Global AIDS Policy Partnership (GAPP) commends the Biden Administration for efforts to prioritize global pandemic preparedness in its Fiscal Year 2022 budget; these proposed new funds are long overdue. We are extremely concerned, however, about the lack of increases toward other global health areas in the President’s Budget, particularly HIV/AIDS.

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