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China Changes Course on Using NGOs as Grant Implementers

30 Sep 2007

Over the last few months, innovative plans by the China CCM to use an NGO as Principal Recipient for a Round 6 HIV/AIDS Global Fund grant, and to use small grass-roots NGOs for much of the implementation work, have been almost entirely reversed.

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New Manual Released on How FBOs Can Engage with the Global Fund

15 Jun 2007

Three organisations have jointly launched a new manual on how faith-based organisations (FBOs) in developing countries can interact with the Global Fund. “Engaging With The Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria - A Primer for Faith-Based Organizations” was produced by Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; World Vision; and Christian Connections for International Health.

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Study Links Global Fund Grant Performance to Possible Contributory Factors

15 Jun 2007

Global Fund grants where the Principal Recipient (PR) is not a government entity are somewhat more likely to perform well, according to a recent statistical analysis published in The Lancet.

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Main Decisions Made at Global Fund April Board Meeting

30 Apr 2007

Key decisions made by the Global Fund Board at the meeting that ended on Friday were as follows.

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Guidelines Published on Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Services into Round 7 Proposals

30 Mar 2007

A group of NGOs has published guidelines on integrating the provision of sexual and reproductive health services into Global Fund Round 7 HIV/AIDS proposals.

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Guide Published on Incorporating "Health System Strengthening" in Round 7 Proposals

30 Mar 2007

Physicians for Human Rights has released a Guide to Using Round 7 of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to Support Health Systems Strengthening. This is an extensively revised update to a health systems strengthening guide for Round 6.

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Global Fund Board Approves Two New Round 6 Proposals Following Successful Appeals

10 Mar 2007

The Global Fund Board has approved two of the twelve Round 6 proposals whose original rejection had been appealed by the applicants. The newly approved proposals are an HIV/AIDS proposal from Egypt that will cost $5.4 million over the first two years, and a TB proposal from Pakistan that will cost $22.6 million. The approvals are subject to a number of clarifications being successfully responded to in a timely manner.

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Global Fund Identifies Resource Needs for 2008-2010

1 Mar 2007

In preparation for the Second Replenishment Meeting to be held in Oslo on 5-7 March 2007, the Global Fund has prepared a projection of its resource needs for the three-year period from 2008 to 2010.

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Board Ruling Prevents Exclusion of Three Upper-Middle-Income Countries From Round 7 Eligibility

1 Mar 2007

The Global Fund Board has decided that any country whose economy is classified as upper-middle-income, and that had a high enough disease burden to be eligible to apply for Round 6 HIV/AIDS grants, will also be eligible to apply in Round 7. As a result, South Africa, Botswana and Equatorial Guinea will not be excluded from Round 7 eligibility as they would have been if this ruling had not been made.

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Board Chooses Michel Kazatchkine to be Global Fund's Next Executive Director

8 Feb 2007

The Global Fund today issued the following press release:

8 February 2007

Professor Michel Kazatchkine Selected as Executive Director of the Global Fund

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