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In a Window 1 application to the Global Fund, Zanzibar grapples with limited data and tensions affecting key populations

27 Apr 2017
Lessons from Zanzibar may help countries applying in subsequent windows

On 20 March 2017, Zanzibar submitted a TB/HIV program continuation request for $6.4 million. Of this amount, just over $0.5 million was a prioritized above allocation request (PAAR), details of which will be presented only during the grant-making stage. The Ministry of Health is the sole principal recipient.   

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Zimbabwe’s TB/HIV funding request to the Global Fund: “Not much room to manoeuver”

27 Apr 2017
Group of donors express concern about the process for developing the funding request and the outcome; the CCM responds

As GFO reported a few weeks ago, Zimbabwe submitted a TB/HIV funding request for $629 million in Window 1 of the current funding cycle. The $629 million request consisted of $432 million that was within Zimbabwe’s allocation, and $197 million for a prioritized above-allocation request (PAAR).

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Uganda CCM and the Global Fund at odds over funding request

27 Apr 2017
Proposed program split and stand-alone RSSH component turned down

On 20 March 2017, the deadline for applications in Window 1 of the current funding cycle, the Uganda country coordinating mechanism (CCM) submitted a funding request containing three components: TB/HIV, malaria and RSSH (resilient and sustainable systems for health). The CCM also submitted a proposed program split for its 2017-2019 allocation.

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Zimbabwe submits $630 million TB/HIV funding request

3 Apr 2017
The request has a strong focus on improving quality of care

On 20 March 2017, Zimbabwe submitted a TB/HIV funding request to the Global Fund for $628.9 million. This includes an allocation request for $431.9 million and a prioritized above allocation request (PAAR) of $197 million. A separate funding request for malaria was submitted on the same day for $51.7 million.

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Application approaches for 25 countries

12 Jan 2017
Most high impact countries must submit a full application

When countries received their allocation letters on 15 December 2016, a lot of critical information was shared about the next funding cycle (2017-2019).

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