The Global Fund and Local Health Systems: Building Foundations to End HIV, TB, Malaria and Tackle Emerging Pandemics

Resilient health systems are not only essential to end the epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria, but also create healthier, more prosperous communities and help prepare for emerging pandemics and health security threats. In order to be resilient, a health system should include six primary building blocks: country leadership and community engagement, strong health service delivery, a well-trained health workforce, functional health information management systems, access to high quality medical products and technologies and adequate domestic health financing.

Read our new issue brief, “The Global Fund and Local Health Systems: Building Foundation to End HIV, TB, Malaria and Tackle Emerging Pandemics.”