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Current GFO Articles


The Global Fund has backed out of its partnership with Heineken –– but not, apparently, for the reasons you might think.

On 29 March, the Fund said in a brief announcement that it was suspending its partnership with Heineken “because of recent reports of the company’s use of...

12 Apr 2018

A consultant, Meg Davis, has written a blog on the proposed changes to the Global Fund’s Eligibility Policy. Davis says that she has been “immersed in this labyrinth policy” as a consultant for the three civil society delegations on the Board: the Developing Country NGO Delegation, the Developed...

4 Apr 2018


Below, we provide information on four items that we believe will interest our readers.

Where Political and Economic Instability Is Making Tuberculosis a Growing Public Health Threat

Author: Judy Stone

In this article on, the author examines the impact...

3 Apr 2018


Launch of Save the Children’s Every Last Child campaign in Katmandu. Nepal. Save the Children is the principal recipient for HIV, TB and malaria grants awarded to Nepal.

Photo: Save the Children website

On 21 March 2018, the Global...

3 Apr 2018


There appears to be some confusion among in-country stakeholders regarding the co-financing portion of the Global Fund’s Sustainability, Transition and Co-Financing (STC) Policy. So, in this article, we provide a detailed explanation.

The STC Policy was adopted by the Board in...

3 Apr 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

The “Fair Share” of Shared Responsibility: An Aidspan Report on Willingness to Pay
25 Jan 2016

Originally published on 25 January 2016. Revised version published on 4 February 2016.