Countries average performance (HIV, TB, and Malaria) since 2010
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HIV, TB and Malaria prevalence in 2013
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Current GFO Articles


The annual meeting of the World Economic Forum, held on 23–26 January 2018 in Davos, Switzerland, was the occasion for announcements of several new partnerships involving the Global Fund.

The announcements included the launch of the HER initiative; a partnership between (RED)...

7 Feb 2018

Dear valued GFO reader,

We want to thank everyone who has completed the Aidspan Strategy Survey. For those who have not had the opportunity, we encourage you to do so. The deadline has been extended to Sunday, 18 February. The survey should take about five minutes and the responses will...

6 Feb 2018

Despite the reforms that are associated with the new funding model (NFM), challenges remain “in the inherent structure and paradigm of the Global Fund.” The lack of country offices has many negative downstream effects, including having to rely on in-country partners, and ineffective coordination...

6 Feb 2018


Among the batch of grants recently approved by the Board was an HIV grant to Guyana. The proposed timeframe for the grant was 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2020. The principal recipient (PR) is the Ministry of Health, which also managed Guyana’s previous HIV grant.

In 2017,...

6 Feb 2018

Among the grants approved by the Board recently were four TB grants and one TB/HIV grant to India. In this article, we report on the comments from the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grants Approvals Committee (GAC) on the funding request from which these grants emanated.


6 Feb 2018

Aidspan is a non-profit organization based in Kenya whose mission is to reinforce the effectiveness of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria by serving as an independent watchdog of the Fund and its grant implementers

Representation and Participation of Key Populations on Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs) in Six Countries in Southern Africa
09 Mar 2015

While the presence of key populations representatives on most CCMs is now standard, their ability to contribute, and the quality of their participation in the processes of these bodies remains unclear.