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Current GFO Articles

Stakeholders in Burkina Faso have succeeded in improving the absorption rate of the country’s Global Fund grants. The rate has gone from 67% for the period 2012–2015 to 94% as of the end of 2017. Poor absorption has been a long-standing problem in all countries in West and Central Africa.

21 Mar 2018


The Global Fund has reduced Nigeria’s 2014–2016 allocation by $170.61 million because the country failed to meet its counterpart financing commitments for that period. Nigeria was advised of this decision in a letter dated 19 December 2017 from Mark Edington, Head of the Grant...

21 Mar 2018

Cameroon’s 2017 TB/HIV funding request included a strong focus on communities and key populations. This was a key theme that emerged from the comments from the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC) when they reviewed the request.

That’s the good news. The...

20 Mar 2018

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

The Gates Foundation launches $170M gender strategy

Author: Catherine Cheney, Devex, 5 March

The author writes that the strategy, a first for the Gates Foundation, aims to transform...

20 Mar 2018

The Global Fund has issued a request for expressions of interest (EOI) from organizations willing to serve as a contractor for local fund agent (LFA) services for a period of six years. In an announcement on its website, the Fund says that organizations that have a solid track record of relevant...

20 Mar 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

Options for Reforming the Global Fund Board
02 Apr 2014

At the Fund’s 31st Board meeting, held 6-7 March 2104 in Jakarta, it was announced that a working group on governance will be established to examine the Board’s structure and working methods. Reforming itself will be as difficult as anything the Board has ever had to do, because there is no entity above it that can force it to look in