Following an oversubscribed first call, where $338 million grants were awarded to 19 applicants across 37 countries, the second call aims to maximize impact while accommodating lessons learned. The Fund is encouraging unsuccessful first-round applicants to reapply using received feedback. The Governing Board will decide on funding allocations in June, with announcements by October 2024. With an unwavering commitment to leaving no one behind during health emergencies, especially in low- and middle-income countries, the Pandemic Fund underscores the importance of sustained efforts. Future funding rounds in 2024 and 2025 are anticipated, contingent upon available resources, as the world grapples with multiple crises. For detailed application guidance, interested parties can refer to the provided Guidance Note and Call for Proposals.