vulnerable populations

1.

Political instability, decreasing resources and a resurgent malaria epidemic: A challenging environment for Global Fund grants in Burundi

6 Feb 2018
Malaria incidence doubled between 2014 and 2016
4.

New Strategy has a dual focus on high burden/low income countries and vulnerable populations

27 Apr 2016

“Innovative approaches to meet diverse country needs are essential to accelerate the end of the epidemic.” This is the catch phrase The Global Fund uses to describe the first objective in its new Strategy: Maximize impact against HIV, TB, and malaria.

6.

Ending the epidemics is a greater challenge than achieving progress: Dybul

17 Nov 2015
Executive Director challenges the Global Fund to do better

Executive Director Mark Dybul provided the Board with a report that celebrated the Global Fund’s achievements but also challenged the Fund to do better on a number of fronts.

3.

First grants under the full NFM rollout are about to be signed

30 Sep 2014
Application submitted to the Emergency Fund to deal with Syrian refugee crisis

The first two grants under the full rollout of the new funding model (NFM) should soon be approved for signing by the Global Fund Board. Both grants emanate from an HIV concept note submitted by Moldova during the first window on 15 May 2014.

6.

Bosnia and Herzegovina hope that low prevalence means low risk

2 Apr 2014
The eventual phasing-out of Global Fund support in the country means other sources of income for critical outreach into vulnerable communities must be found, and soon

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) will from December 2015 no longer be eligible for Global Fund financing as it is currently designated an upper middle-income country with low burden of disease.

4.

Concern in MENA region over NFM and refugee crisis

19 Mar 2014
Regional workshop on NFM in Jordan prepares participants for new financing mechanism

The introduction of the new funding model (NFM) has raised some concerns in the Middle East that it fails to consider the sweeping population movements and refugee crisis around the region and their impact on public health, particularly with respect to higher incidence of TB.

1.

Volatile South Sudan presents challenges to Global Fund assistance

18 Feb 2014
The Fund and its partners grapple with implementing development programs in a country paralyzed by insecurity

Since mid-December 2013, ethnic clashes in South Sudan have displaced about a half-million people and sent more than 100,000 fleeing across borders seeking refuge. That insecurity, and the attendant mobility of the population, has interrupted a number of development programs, including several that are receiving financial support from the Global Fund.

3.

The Major Strengths and Weaknesses of Previous Applications to the Fund

27 Mar 2005

Chapter 3 of "The Aidspan Guide to Round 5 Applications to the Global Fund" discusses the strengths and weaknesses of applications submitted in Rounds 3 and 4. The list provided is based on an extensive analysis by Aidspan of comments made on those applications by the TRP.

The main strengths that the TRP has mentioned are as follows:

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