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Publicación 366 23 Oct 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. GOVERNANCE

Post-Replenishment: from Pledges to Results

2. NEWS

Third OIG country audit of Uganda highlights concerns about oversight, internal controls and traceability of products

3. CCM EVOLUTION

Civil society and community groups find it difficult to engage meaningfully in in-country Global Fund processes

4. ANALYSIS

Aidspan examines the strengths of Supreme Audit Institutions in Ghana, Kenya and Rwanda

5. NEWS

Most countries are falling short on HIV prevention targets despite targeted Global Fund investments, report says

6. COMMENTARY

Country Coordinating Mechanisms - key component or white elephant?

7. OF INTEREST

Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

Publicación 365 11 Oct 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. NEWS

Global Fund Sixth Replenishment achieves $14-billion target, largest amount ever raised for a multilateral health organization

2. NEWS

Global Fund Sixth Replenishment pledging conference sees historic private sector contribution plus pledges from 23 implementing countries

3. NEWS

Global Fund resumes funding to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

4. NEWS

Global Fund Board approves $46.4 million in interventions from the UQD Register

5. NEWS

The Global Fund has made some progress in establishing ethics- and integrity-related structures and processes, OIG says

6. OPINION

Civil Society engagement in the Sixth Replenishment campaign: A unique example in the world of global health

7. FEATURE

Global Fund Implementer Voting Group 2019 retreat prepares for next Roadmap

8. FEATURE

After 16 years, Churches Health Association of Zambia continues its success as Global Fund grant implementer

9. NEWS

GFA consulting group reacts to GFO’s article on fiscal agents’ work with Global Fund grants

Publicación 364 25 Sep 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. NEWS

Global Fund partnership said to have saved 32 million lives up to end 2018

2. REPLENISHMENT

Five G7 countries have increased their pledges for 2020-2022 compared to last Replenishment, with United States and France still to announce

3. REPLENISHMENT

Will the private sector step up (enough) for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment?

4. REPLENISHMENT

Loyce Maturu takes message of support for Global Fund Replenishment around the world

5. NEWS

Global Fund pressures Democratic Republic of Congo, facing an Ebola epidemic, to fulfill its co-financing commitment

6. CCM EVOLUTION

Country Coordinating Mechanisms will see some changes by the end of 2019

7. OF INTEREST

Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

8. ANNOUNCEMENT

Former GFO Editor David Garmaise fighting long-term illness

Publicación 363 11 Sep 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. NEWS

Funding request information for Global Fund's 2020-2022 allocation period now available

2. NEWS

Global Fund role in attaining Universal Health Coverage will be in focus at UN General Assembly

3. NEWS

Mixed results from audit of Global Fund grants in Nepal, says OIG

4. NEWS

Advancing country ownership is central theme of implementers' meeting in Dakar

5. REPLENISHMENT

Updates on the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment

6. OF INTEREST

Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

7. ANNOUNCEMENT

The Global Fund Board seeks new members for the Technical Review Panel

Publicación 362 21 Aug 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. NEWS

Global Fund Board approves new country and multi-country grants valued at $47.3 million

2. NEWS

All funding requests to the Global Fund for 2017-2019 reviewed by TRP, most approved by the Board

3. NEWS

Venezuela will be eligible for an allocation from the Global Fund for malaria, for 2020-2022

4. NEWS

Global Fund impact on building and strengthening a health system: The example of Rwanda

5. REPORT

Global Fund Advocates Network publishes new concept note on sustainable financing for health advocacy

6. NEWS and ANALYSIS

Changing the paradigm to end tuberculosis

7. ANNOUNCEMENT

The Global Fund Board seeks new members for the Technical Review Panel

Publicación 361 31 Jul 2019

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CONTENIDO

1. NEWS

Global Fund Board approves initiatives worth $18 million from the Unfunded Quality Demand Register

2. NEWS

OIG’s follow-up audit of Global Fund grants to Democratic Republic of Congo highlights need to improve stock management and data quality

3. ANALYSIS AND COMMENTARY

Fiscal agents reduce financial risks within Global Fund grants but do not build implementer capacity

4. ANALYSIS

Domestic financial contributions to HIV, TB and malaria programs remain low in Global Fund ‘high-impact’ Asian countries

5. INTERVIEW

Global Fund Head of Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health describes evolution in the approach to health systems strengthening

6. FEATURE

OIG Head of Investigations describes 'changing fraud landscape' in Global Fund grants

7. FEATURE

IAS 2019 conference on HIV science reveals hopeful new treatment and prevention approaches

8. REPLENISHMENT

Global Fund launches "promise to all 7-year-olds" call to action, to end epidemics of AIDS, TB and malaria by 2030

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