Pan Europe

Learning from the Past, Preparing for the Future – Celebration of the 15th anniversary of Friends of the Global Fund Europe

Over the past 20 years, the Global Fund has changed the global health landscape by successfully controlling HIV, TB and malaria, the most devastating epidemics of the developing world. Since 2020, the Covid-19 epidemic has reshuffled the deck and shown health and economic vulnerability and inequity of the global community. It brought new – but…

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Pandemic preparedness, prevention and response: The time has come for a crucial debate leading to structural decisions for global health

Statement, Friends of the Global Fund Europe September 20, 2021 “We have to ensure that the way the world thinks about protecting people from infectious diseases threats is inclusive, does include most marginalized communities, and doesn’t have a short memory. This is going to be a very live challenge for us all”, Peter Sands, Executive…

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Italy

Epidemie, pandemie e salute nel mondo: Il virus, l’economia e la politica

Il professor Stefano Vella, vice-presidente per l’Italia dei Friends of the Global Fund Europe, ha ideato, assieme a Sandra Zampa, Responsabile degli aspetti comunicativi relativi alle relazioni internazionali ed alle attività istituzionali nazionali del Ministero della Salute, il dialogo “Epidemie, pandemie e salute nel mondo: il virus, l’economia e la politica“ che si è tenuto il…

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Science Please 2, The Global Fund, twenty years later: a podcast by Stefano Vella

Stefano Vella, infectious diseases specialist, world-renowned global health expert and vice-president for Italy of the Friends of the Global Fund Europe, together with journalist Roberto Palladino tell us how and when the Global Fund was born, the most extraordinary result of the G8 summit in Genoa in 2001, a summit that unfortunately went into history…

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FGFE Publications

Science Please, Global Health: a podcast by Stefano Vella

Stefano Vella, one of the best-known infectiologists in Italy, university professor and vice-president for Italy of the Friends of the Global Fund Europe, explains what Global Health is, ranging from the causes of inequalities in health (particularly between rich and poor countries, but also between population groups within the same countries) to One Health (the…

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Discorso di Marina Sereni, Vice Ministra degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale

Discorso di Marina Sereni, Vice Ministra degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione Internazionale, il 3 giugno 2021 Il 3 giugno 2021, all’evento “_Tackling malaria: a win-win for saving lives and preventing future pandemics_”, organizzato da Malaria No More UK e in collaborazione con Friends of the Global Fund Europe, RBM Partnership, Malaria No More, United…

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Germany

A signal for more cooperation: 50 days before the Kigali Summit against malaria and neglected tropical diseases

++ Joint event of Friends of the Global Fund Europe and the DNTDs Berlin, 04.05.2021 – In the run-up to the Kigali Summit on Malaria and NTDs and on the occasion of World Malaria Day, Friends of the Global Fund Europe together with the German Network against Neglected Tropical Diseases organised a joint discussion event.…

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Im Einsatz gegen Malaria in Sambia

Fast die Hälfte der Weltbevölkerung ist von Malaria bedroht. Am stärksten betroffen ist jedoch Afrika: 94 Prozent aller Malaria-Infektionen und -todesfälle entfallen auf diese Region. Die Jüngsten sind besonders gefährdet. Vielerorts ist die durch Mücken übertragene Infektionskrankheit eine der häufigsten Todesursachen bei Kindern unter fünf Jahren. Doch Malaria trifft auch ältere Kinder und Erwachsene hart:…

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