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Global Fund’s Technical Review Panel recommends 49 requests for grant-making in Window 2

17 Jul 2017
Tailored requests were more likely to move on to grant-making than full reviews

At the end of June 2017, the Technical Review Panel (TRP) met to assess funding requests submitted to the Global Fund in Window 2 (23 May 2017). In this window, the TRP reviewed 54 funding requests, including 22 full reviews, 31 tailored requests and one iteration request. No program continuation requests were submitted in Window 2.

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Kyrgyzstan’s program continuation funding request to the Global Fund provides little information on the proposed program

13 Jun 2017
The request does not explain what changes will be made in light of Kyrgyzstan’s significantly reduced allocation

There is little information in the TB/HIV funding request submitted by the Kyrgyzstan country coordinating mechanism (CCM) on the program that the applicant proposes to implement. And there is almost no information on how Kyrgyzstan plans to cope with an allocation that is significantly lower than what it received for 2014-2016.

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TRP review of Global Fund Window 1 funding requests: Human rights and gender, and RSSH

16 May 2017
Non-traditional vulnerable populations overlooked

When people think about key populations in the context of the Global Fund, they tend to think about the ones that are mentioned most often – such as sex workers, transgender people, people who inject drugs, and men who have sex with men.

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TRP review of Global Fund Window 1 funding requests: Technical lessons learned for malaria, TB and HIV

16 May 2017
TB funding requests lacked a sense of boldness, innovation and ambition

TB funding requests did not convey a sense of boldness, innovation or ambition in the setting of targets or in the design of interventions, to quickly “move the needle.” This was one of many technical lessons learned identified by the Technical Review Panel (TRP) in a debriefing document which describes the outcomes of its review of funding requests from Window 1 of the current funding cycle.

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Review of Global Fund Window 1 funding requests reveals resurgence of malaria in Central and Eastern Africa, TRP says

15 May 2017
Other lessons learned from Window 1 are identified

The Technical Review Panel (TRP) says that based on its review of the funding requests in Window 1 of the current funding cycle, it believes there has been a resurgence of malaria in Central and Eastern Africa and that a change in approach is required.

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First application window for 2017-2019 yields 93 funding requests

16 Apr 2017
Large majority are for program continuation

The Secretariat has received 93 requests for funding in the first application window of the 2017-2019 funding cycle, according to the Global Fund’s Funding Request Status Tracker. Under the Global Fund’s differentiated application system, 73 requests used a program continuation application, 13 a full review application, and seven a tailored review application.

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Global Fund releases new resources related to the applications process

27 Feb 2017
Applicant Handbook and Funding Request Status Tracker now available

The Global Fund has released two resources which will be of interest to persons involved in the applications process – an Applicant Handbook, designed to support applicants in the preparation of funding requests for the 2017-2019 funding cycle; and a Funding Request Status Tracker. This article provides information on both resources.

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Update on the applications process for 2017-2019

19 Sep 2016
There will be three categories of funding requests from countries
The term “concept note” is being abolished

Differentiated application materials and review methodologies will be used for the funding requests from countries related to the 2017-2019 allocations, replacing the one-size-fits-all approach that was used last time around.

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Tanzania will use its HIV grant extension to cover costs of ARVs through to the end of 2017

16 Aug 2016
About half of Tanzanians living with HIV are now receiving ARVs

As reported in GFO #293, the Board has awarded Tanzania’s shortened HIV grant an extension of $109 million to allow it to continue providing essential HIV services through to the end of 2017. The original grant, totaling $277.5 million had an end date of 31 December 2016.

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