OUR VISION IS TO REDUCE ILLNESS AND DEATH ASSOCIATED WITH FUNGAL DISEASES WORLDWIDE.

roadmap

In this 10 year roadmap, we call upon governments, policy makers and international health agencies to:

• Support the goal of reducing AIDS deaths to under 500,000 by 2020, with a determined focus on the commonest lethal fungal infections cryptococcal meningitis, Pneumocystis pneumonia, disseminated histoplasmosis and chronic pulmonary aspergillosis after tuberculosis

• Ensure that 95% of people with serious fungal disease are diagnosed and 95% treated by 2025 (95-95)

The way to accomplish these goals is laid out in the roadmap.

Roadmap Roadmap – Executive Summary
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Appendices:

1.Global Fungal Infection Forum, Seattle February 2015
2.Abbreviations
3.Burden of fungal diseases
4.Fungal Disease Diagnosis and portfolio of diagnostic tests 
5.Treatment of Fungal Diseases including new antifungal agents
6.Public health mycology, training institutions and skill gaps
7.Reduction in AIDS deaths by a million per year, key actions and modeling
8.References

View GAFFI roadmap launch slides

Publications:

Roadmap for the diagnosis and management of fungal diseases: DW Denning Thorax July 2015 Vol 70 No 7, 613

Bringing fungal infections in from the cold:  Lancet (Newsdesk) vol15, Aug 2015, 884