Incentive funding

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Global Fund provides update on incentive funding awarded to Nigeria and India

23 Oct 2017
The awards were conditional on the recipient countries coming up with matching funds

The Secretariat has reported on developments concerning incentive funding awarded to Nigeria and India as part of the 2014-2016 allocations. The updates were contained in the latest report of the Grant Approvals Committee to the Board.

Nigeria

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Comparisons between Global Fund allocations for 2014-2016 and 2017-2019 are misleading

23 Oct 2017
The funds for the 2014-2016 allocation period covered four years, as a transition measure, instead of the usual three years

If your country receives money from the Global Fund, and if you compare your country’s allocation in 2017-2019 with its allocation in 2014-2016, it is likely you will find that the amount for 2017-2019 is lower, sometimes significantly lower. This may be true whether you are looking at the full allocation for your country or at the allocations for individual components.

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Global Fund has provided bridge funding of $378 million for 11 shortened grants

5 Sep 2017
In addition, four countries with shortened malaria grants found bridge funding from savings and efficiencies within their own grants

According to the Secretariat, the Global Fund has provided funding in the amount of $378.2 million for 11 shortened grants from six countries to bridge them through to 31 December 2017. The funding comes from money made available through portfolio optimization.

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Board approves a grant extension and a new grant for Nigeria’s malaria program

18 Apr 2017
They will be funded using savings from the country’s existing malaria grants
Meanwhile, Nigeria risks forfeiting $45.7 million in incentive funding from 2014-2016

The Global Fund Board has approved an extension of an existing malaria grant to Nigeria as well as a new one-year grant with a new principal recipient (PR) – all at no extra cost. The extension and the new grant will be financed by reinvesting savings identified in Nigeria’s current malaria grants. This will allow Nigeria to maintain essential malaria services to the end of 2017.

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The Global Fund Board approved grants covering 100% of the funding allocated for 2014-2016

3 Apr 2017
Secretariat provides some end-of-the-funding cycle information
5.

Catalytic investments: $800 million for matching funds, multi-country approaches, and strategic initiatives

17 Nov 2016
There will be a lot more funding for strategic initiatives and multi-country programs

The Global Fund Board has approved $800 million to be set aside for catalytic investments over the 2017-2019 grant cycle. These investments are intended to catalyze country allocations to ensure they deliver results against the aims of 2017-2022 Global Fund Strategy.

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Board approves funding to extend shortened grants

1 Aug 2016
$388 million awarded to grants in five countries

In July 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $388 million in funding for six shortened grants to allow them to continue to provide services from the original end date of their grants to the end of 2017. Of the $388 million, $383 million is new funding. It comes from the $700 million that the Finance and Operational Performance Committee said in March 2016 was available for portfolio optimization.

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Another 18 grants okayed for funding

18 Jul 2016
$364 million approved for 12 countries

In July 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $364 million in funding for 18 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 12 countries. Of the $364 million, $152 million represented new money; the balance was existing funding that had been approved prior to the new funding model (NFM) but was nevertheless included in the NFM allocations to countries.

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Funding of $179 million awarded to 13 grants from nine countries

21 Jun 2016
The largest awards went to Lesotho and Nepal

In June 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $179 million in funding for 13 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by nine countries. Of the $179 million, $80 million represented new money; the balance was existing funding that had been approved prior to the new funding model but was nevertheless included in the NFM allocations to countries.

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Funding of $164 million approved for 13 grants in 11 countries

7 Jun 2016
The largest award went to a Niger malaria grant
Sierra Leone received $11 million in incentive funding for its HSS grant

In May 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $164 million in funding for 13 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 11 countries. Of the $164 million, $114 million represented new money; the balance was existing funding that had been approved prior to the new funding model but was nevertheless included in the NFM allocations to countries.

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