NFM Rollout: The research in this theme aims to observe and document experiences of countries during the rollout of the NFM. An Analysis of Fund Allocations under the NFM will be carried out. The Roles of Different Actors will be critiqued and their input in the country dialogue process analyzed. We will follow countries as they develop their concept notes and provide models and recommendations on NFM Concept Note Development. With most Global Fund recipients having young populations who are affected by HIV, malaria and TB, Aidspan will investigate existing gaps and recommend how Child Focused Programming can be integrated into programs under the NFM.
The New Funding Model Allocations
11 Nov 2014
This paper presents an analysis of the allocations under the NFM for 2014 – 2017, including a description of the impact of “over-allocated” and “significantly over-allocated” determinants on totals for different countries and regions. The analysis also includes a comparison between the allocations totals with the funding received by those countries between 2010 and 2013.
Understanding the New Funding Model
30 Apr 2014
The new funding model (NFM) is a significant departure from the way the Global Fund has done business under the rounds-based system which it replaces. The purpose of this guide is to describe how the NFM works. This guide is suitable for members of country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs), principal recipients (PRs), sub-recipients (SRs), government officials, members of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), donors, and journalists who report on the Fund.
The New Funding Model Allocation Methodology Explained (Version 2)
11 Nov 2013
On 14 June 2013, Aidspan published an article in Global Fund Observer entitled “The NFM Allocation Methodology Explained.” It was based on the information publicly available at that time. Since then, several more pieces of the puzzle have been filled in. "The New Funding Model Allocation Methodology Explained (Version 2) provides an updated explanation based on information made public by the Global Fund as of 11 November 2013.