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After 20 months in office, Global Fund Executive Director Peter Sands looks back - and optimistically forward

16 Nov 2019
Priorities for 2020 include sustainability and transition, CCM evolution, removing in-country legal and human-rights barriers

In his second annual report to the Global Fund Board since taking office in early 2019, Peter Sands began his address to the meeting by hailing the recent success of the Sixth Replenishment Conference in Lyon, where the Fund raised $14 billion.

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Peter Sands delivers first report as Executive Director to the Global Fund’s 40th Board meeting

15 Nov 2018
Emphasis on partnership, SDG 3 action plan, data and innovation

Peter Sands delivered his first report as Executive Director to the Global Fund Board, on the first day of the 40th Board meeting held on 14–15 November in Geneva, to an appreciative and warmly supportive set of responses from Board delegations.

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The Global Fund Board is expected to name the new E.D. on 14 November

7 Nov 2017
The four shortlisted candidates have been participating in teleconferences with various Board delegations

We should know in one week who will be the Global Fund’s new Executive Director. The Board is expected to make a selection on the first day of its 14-15 November meeting in Geneva.

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Global Fund releases the names of four finalists for the position of executive director

24 Oct 2017
Final selection expected to be made on 14 November

On 23 October, the Global Fund released the names of the four candidates shortlisted for the position of executive director. They are (in alphabetical order):

 

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Process to select the Global Fund’s next executive director is on track, Nomination Committee says

5 Sep 2017
Newspaper advertisements yielded 92 applications

The Global Fund Board is on track to select a new executive director at its meeting on 14-15 November 2017.

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Global Fund’s next E.D. should be able to broker deals, pitch policymakers and reach into the private sector: Dybul

18 Jul 2017
“A narrow focus on delivering health services through public institutions won’t end [the] three global plagues”

The Global Fund’s next executive director does not need to be a technically-minded public health expert, he said. “The organization would benefit from someone who understands how to structure deals, how to pitch policymakers, and how to reach into the private sector where the majority of people in countries with big disease burdens — like India and Indonesia — actually access their healthcare,” he added.

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Global Fund advertises executive director position on The Economist’s Jobs Board

13 Jun 2017
Closing date for applications is 21 July 2017

The position of executive director of the Global Fund has been posted on the online Jobs Board on the website of the news magazine, The Economist. The announcement, which can be found here, was first posted on 9 June 2017.

The closing date for applications is 21 July 2017.

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New process launched to select Global Fund E.D.

5 May 2017
Nomination Committee formed; road map developed

The Global Fund Board has officially launched a new executive director selection process. It was launched on the second day of the Board’s 37th meeting on 3-4 May in Kigali, Rwanda.

The Board tried to select a new executive director in late 2016 and early 2017 but had to abandon the process (see GFO article).

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Global Fund is developing a comprehensive supply chain strategy

4 May 2017

The Global Fund is developing a comprehensive supply chain strategy that will define a scope of responsibility, oversight, and necessary initiatives to address supply chain challenges.

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GNP+ describes “the qualities we will look for” in the next E.D.

3 Apr 2017

In a commentary posted on its website, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) has identified three qualities that the next executive director of the Global Fund should exemplify. They are as follows:

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