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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23 hours ago
8月12日の今日は、国連が定めた国際ユースデーです。#コロナ の感染拡大が今だ収束しない中、コロナ や #三大感染症(エイズ、結核、マラリア)の対策に取り組む国際機関 #グローバルファンド のトップが日本の若者に伝えたいメッセージとは?



Even through the competing demand of #COVID19, @GlobalFund’s co-financing mechanism has strengthened the sustainability of national programs and enhanced impact, helping to #FightForWhatCounts.

In this blog, @BillGates pays tribute to Shinzo Abe, recognizing him as a #globalhealth champion. PM Abe “ensured that health stayed on the global agenda, persuading world leaders to call for the end of #AIDS, #TB, & #malaria,” a legacy that will endure.

This year, #TICAD8 is vital platform for discussing infectious diseases in African nations.
In this @themainichi op-ed, #Tanzania President Hassan asks #Japan for further investments in fighting infectious diseases, such as #HIV, #AIDS, & #malaria.

On this #InternationalYouthDay, it is important to consider the role of today’s youth. In this video, @GlobalFund @PeterASands offers advice to the young people of #Japan on how they can support the #FightForWhatCounts.

Watch below (with Japanese subs):