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New funding model: a modern approach

28 May 2014

David Garmaise opens his commentary with an accurate observation: He had a misperception. But he arrives at a conclusion that is wrong. The consequences of the new funding model were not, in fact, unanticipated.

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Finance transformation at the Fund: new bottle, how was the wine?

7 May 2014
Deep changes in how the Fund manages its finances are reflected in a two-year process of reform

In September 2012, as part of the overall transformation of the Global Fund, the incoming new chief financial officer Daniel Camus also took up the challenge of reforming the Fund’s financial management. Over the past 18 months, he has led a growing team of financial experts whose work has now touched nearly all aspects of the Global Fund’s operations.

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Eastern Europe/Central Asia advocacy group seeks Global Fund support to push national financing of HIV treatment

7 May 2014
The ECUO regional network of people living with HIV say the transition away from Global Fund support must start with commitments by governments to pay for HIV treatment

A regional network of people living with HIV (EUCO) on 1 May submitted an expression of interest in applying for Global Fund support for advocacy to encourage governments across Eastern Europe and Central Asia to commit to paying for anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and other treatment for HIV.

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In post-conflict Côte d'Ivoire, the supply chain follows the front lines

6 May 2014

A motorcycle bouncing along a rutted red dirt road carries a nurse from a public health center near the village of Tai. Clutched in his arms is a box packed with vaccines: a month's supply for his village that sits close to the Liberian border, in Côte d'Ivoire's restive and fractious west.

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Global Fund approves $310 million in renewal and interim funding

6 May 2014
Kenya's HIV programming will receive $223 million

The Board of the Global Fund on 25 April approved renewal and interim funding of up to $310 million. These announcements do not represent additional resources but rather reflect the country allocations announced on 12 March.

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Global Fund partners in eastern and southern Africa resolve to undertake robust country dialogue

22 Apr 2014
Delegates commit to implement programs targeting all key affected and populations

Global Fund partners in eastern and southern Africa have resolved to undertake robust country dialogues and advocate for an increase in domestic financing to boost the fight against HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.

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China after the Global Fund

16 Apr 2014

For nearly a decade, China was one of the largest recipients of grants from the Global Fund for its fight against AIDS, TB and malaria. From 2003-2012, more than $805 million was disbursed to support 15 grants, nearly half of which (46%) contributed to prevention, diagnosis and treatment campaigns for TB across the country.

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Ukraine needs to find innovative ways to increase impact: Global Fund

7 Apr 2014
Fund calls for cuts in non-essential services

The Global Fund expects Ukraine to do more with less.

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Countries whose allocations cover only existing grants must make the money last until end 2017

2 Apr 2014
Funding from the 2017–2019 allocation period won’t be available before 2018
this article contains a correction

The Global Fund is telling countries whose 2014–2016 allocations consisted of only enough money to cover the costs of their existing grants that the money they are receiving has to last until the end of 2017.

The Fund is also telling all countries not to expect to receive any new funding from the 2017-2019 allocation period until the end of 2017.

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