Snapshot, UNDP and Global Fund in Zimbabwe


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Snapshot, UNDP and Global Fund in Zimbabwe

February 20, 2024

Zimbabwe is one of five African countries that have achieved the ambitious "95-95-95" targets set by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). 

Alongside Botswana, Eswatini, Rwanda, and the United Republic of Tanzania, Zimbabwe now ensures that 95% of people living with HIV know their status, 98% of those who know their status are on antiretroviral treatment, and 95% of those on treatment have suppressed viral loads - three key conditions for saving lives and stopping transmission. The UNDP-Global Fund partnership has been a cornerstone of Zimbabwe's remarkable progress. Since 2003, the Global Fund has invested over US$2.3 billion and has newly approved a 3-year (2024-2026) US$436,970,984 HIV grant to Zimbabwe. The Global Fund support under the Grant Cycle 7 (GC 7) is a continuation of the NFM 3 (GC 6), which will contribute to the achievement of the vision and goals of the Zimbabwe National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (ZNASP) IV Addendum  (2021-2026).

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