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How the Round 10 Prioritisation Criteria Might Work

24 Sep 2010

Earlier this year, the Global Fund amended its prioritisation criteria for Round 10, giving less weight to technical merit than under the old criteria. This has led to some misconceptions about how the prioritisation criteria would be used for Round 10. The purpose of this article, therefore, is to explain the facts and provide an example of how proposals might be ranked if the criteria need to be invoked.

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Petition to Fully Fund the Global Fund Seeks 500,000 Signatures

20 Sep 2010

An online petition campaign has been organised in support of an effort to "fully finance" the Global Fund. The campaign is aiming to get 500,000 signatures by 30 September 2010. Organisers plan to submit the petition to world leaders at the Global Fund's replenishment meeting in New York on 4-5 October 2010.

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Civil Society Website Set Up for Global Fund Replenishment

14 Jul 2010

A civil society website has been established to provide information about advocacy efforts to mobilise resources for the Global Fund in the run-up to the replenishment meeting which will take place on 4-5 October 2010 in New York. At that meeting, most donors are expected to announce their pledges for the period 2011-2013.

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Replenishment Meeting Discusses Challenges of Meeting Global Fund Resource Needs

24 Jun 2010

Participants at the Global Fund's Third Replenishmentmeeting for the period 2011-2013, held in The Hague, on 24-25 March 2010,acknowledged that continued scale-up of Global Fund programmes would berequired to meet the health-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by2015, and that even the scenarios presented by the Fund would not be sufficientto meet the needs.

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Global Fund Launches "Born HIV Free" Campaign to Rally Public and Donor Support

14 Jun 2010

The Global Fund is hoping that its Born HIV Free campaign will not only mobilise public support for a world where no child is born with HIV, but will also persuade donor countries to give more to the Fund at the Third Replenishment meeting in New York on 4-5 October 2010.

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New Donor Pledges Free Round 8 Applicants to Submit Bold Proposals

30 Sep 2007

The pledges made to the Fund for 2008-10 at last week's Replenishment Meeting in Berlin, as reported above, were impressively large. Global Fund staff said that over the last few weeks, their private estimates of how much would be pledged steadily climbed from $7 billion to $8 billion to $9 billion. The final number was nearly $10 billion.

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Donor Governments Pledge Record Amounts to the Fund

30 Sep 2007

Donors are expected to give the Global Fund at least $9.7 billion over the next three years, 57% more than they gave over the past three years.

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Global Fund Releases Report on Results and Future Challenges

10 Mar 2007

The Global Fund has released a progress report entitled Partners in Impact - Results Report 2007. The report is one of several documents released by the Fund in preparation for the Second Replenishment Meeting that was held earlier this week in Oslo. The documents are available at www.theglobalfund.org/en/about/replenishment/oslo.

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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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Which Countries Should Give How Much to the Global Fund?

1 Mar 2007

Donor countries will meet in Oslo, Norway, next week for the first of two "Replenishment" meetings to discuss how much they might give to the Global Fund for the three years 2008-2010. (The second meeting will take place in September, in Berlin.)

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