Factsheet: Towards Ending AIDS as a Public Health Threat by 2030


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Factsheet: Towards Ending AIDS as a Public Health Threat by 2030

November 28, 2023

In Zimbabwe, UNDP partners with the Global Fund to support and strengthen national responses to HIV, TB and malaria, operating within the framework of the Government of Zimbabwe's national health plans and strategies and under the programmatic leadership of the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC). 

Promoting national ownership, developing capacity and strengthening national systems are the overriding objectives of UNDP's engagement. Since 2003, the Global Fund has contributed over US$1.796 billion to the fight against HIV in Zimbabwe and US$2.3 billion for all grants covering HIV, TB, malaria and health systems strengthening, including the COVID-19 response. Two Principal Recipients (PRs) manage the implementation of the grants. 

The MoHCC manages the implementation of the malaria and TB grants, while UNDP manages the implementation of the HIV grant. The MoHCC is also one of the eight Sub-recipients (SRs) of the HIV grant. UNDP's partnership with the Global Fund in Zimbabwe is the largest within UNDP's overall Global Fund portfolio. 

This factsheet outlines key achievements of the HIV grant (Grant Cycle 6) in support of Zimbabwe's National HIV Response.

Document Type
Regions and Countries
Sustainable Development Goals