Countries average performance (HIV, TB, and Malaria) since 2010
The Global Fund achievement in fighting HIV, TB and Malaria
HIV, TB and Malaria prevalence in 2013
The Global fund and the MENA region

Current GFO Articles

One of the Global Fund’s founding principles is “additionality” meaning that the Fund’s investments are added to domestic government and private expenditures but do not replace them. The Global Fund Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing (STC) policy follows this principle. Adopted in 2016...

16 Jan 2019

Aidspan is delighted to introduce our mobile-based applications for both Android and IOS users. Our GFO newsletter in English and OFM in French can be accessed via the GFO Newsletter apps, diversifying the way we deliver our bimonthly newsletter to subscribers.

These newsletter apps are...

15 Jan 2019

In an investigation of Global Fund grants to Mozambique, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has found that the Executive Secretary of Mozambique’s Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) was responsible for non-compliant expenditures of $26,020 over the period of a year between 2016 and 2017...

15 Jan 2019

Kenya has made significant progress against HIV, TB and malaria. This is partly due to the country’s ability to successfully procure Global Fund-supported health products, despite not using the Global Fund Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM). The country also ensures that health products are...

15 Jan 2019

As part of a larger package of approvals in December, the Global Fund Board approved a $36.4 grant known as the Middle East Response. This is the second time the several-country arrangement has been funded as such, but now includes an expanded remit.

The Middle East Response 2 (MER2)...

15 Jan 2019

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

Accountability for Global Fund Grants in Malawi
29 Jun 2017

The Global Fund is the single most important source of funding for HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria in Malawi, where it
has invested approximately US$936 million since 2003. Malawi’s HIV/AIDS prevalence (9.1%) among adults aged
15-49 years ranks among the highest in the world and the country is also among the high burden HIV/AIDS/TB