South Africa

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Other news relating to the Global Fund partnership

25 Jun 2019
Sir Elton John joins Replenishment appeal, Japan’s Replenishment pledge, #FillUpTheFund campaign launch, Botswana’s landmark ruling on LGBT rights, South Africa’s ‘human rights’ plan for TB and HIV

Sir Elton John joins President Emmanuel Macron in calling for a $14-billion Global Fund Replenishment

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Global Fund Board approves $590 million for country grants

30 Apr 2019
Largest single award was for a South African TB/HIV grant
Domestic commitments for the programs included in the country grants amounted to $7.5 billion
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Global Fund Board approves an additional $16 million from 2017–2019 allocations

19 Mar 2019
Multi-country grant for Southern Africa receives $12 million

On 22 February 2019, the Global Fund Board approved one multi-country grant, one matching funds request and one set of interventions on the Unfunded Quality Demand (UQD) Register –– worth a total of $16.0 million. The Board was acting on the recommendations of the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC). This was the 17th batch of approvals from the 2017–2019 allocations.

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South Africa confronts HIV prevention challenge for adolescent girls and young women with new Global Fund grant

26 Feb 2019
This will be the Global Fund’s largest investment by far in AGYW programming

South Africa, home to the largest national HIV epidemic globally, is getting ready to begin implementation of a new Global Fund grant for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022 in the amount of $353.3 million. The funding request was submitted during Window 6 (on 6 August 2018) and was reviewed by the Technical Review Panel (TRP) in September 2018.

The TRP recommended South Africa’s funding request.

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Global Fund Board approves $36 million for country and multicountry grants

25 Feb 2019
Another $66 million was approved for interventions on the UQD Register

On 31 January 2019, the Global Fund Board approved three country grants worth $13.4 million. It also approved two multicountry grants valued at $22.5 million. The Board was acting on the recommendations of the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC). See Tables 1 and 2 for listings of the country and multi-country grants.

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Kenya successfully procures health commodities without using Global Fund’s pooled procurement

5 Sep 2018
Medical supplies authority obtains competitive prices that are often lower than international averages

The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) successfully procures and distributes government, Global Fund, and other donor-funded commodities. Prices obtained by KEMSA are competitive compared to prices obtained by the Global Fund’s Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM), stock-outs of health commodities occur rarely, if ever, commodities are delivered in a timely fashion, and inventory is properly managed at all stages of the supply chain.

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OIG investigation reveals deficiencies in Global Fund processes for procurement of HIV rapid test kits in eight countries

3 Sep 2018
Country teams have already taken corrective action

A proactive investigation undertaken by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has identified some deficiencies in the Global Fund’s processes for procuring HIV rapid diagnostic test (RDT) kits. A report on the investigation was released on 31 May 2018.

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The Global Fund explores the use of impact bonds and social success notes

21 Aug 2018
Outcomes-based financing approach could reduce the risks associated with innovation
Part 2 of a 3-part series

In the beginning, there was performance-based funding. It was the outcomes-based mechanism of choice for the Global Fund and forms the foundation on which the Global Fund’s grant architecture was built. The idea was simple. Release funding in tranches, whereby recipients were required to reach specific targets before the rest of the grant would be disbursed.

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Global Fund to benefit from “breakthrough” ARV pricing agreement

3 Oct 2017
State-of-the-art fixed dose combination regimen will cost $75 per patient per year

In what has been hailed as a “breakthrough” and a “game changer,” a pricing agreement between the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and two generic drug companies will result in significant savings in the cost of antiretrovirals (ARVs). As a result of the agreement, starting in 2018 a state-of-the-art fixed dose combination ARV regimen will be available in 92 developing nations at a maximum cost of $75 per patient per year.

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Significant improvement needed in Global Fund grants to South Africa, OIG finds

8 Aug 2017
Start-up delays and coordination challenges have hampered implementation

On 19 July 2017, the Global Fund published an audit report by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on grants to the Republic of South Africa. The country is part of the Fund’s High Impact Africa 1 portfolio and has $312 million in signed grants for the implementation period April 2016 to March 2019.

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