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Board approves another $630 million in country and regional grants

5 Apr 2016
South Africa (TB/HIV) and Tanzania (malaria) receive the highest awards

In March 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $625 million in funding for 21 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 11 countries. Of the $625 million, $300 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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The Global Fund awards $414 million for 19 grants

30 Jan 2016
Includes $44 million in incentive funding
In January 2016, the Global Fund Board approved $414 million in funding for 18 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 10 countries. Of the $414 million, $280 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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Latest wave of funding approvals: $433 million for 20 grants from 12 countries

5 Jan 2016
Another $30 million approved for regional grant

In late December 2015, the Global Fund Board approved $433 million in funding for 20 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 12 countries. Of the $433 million, $297 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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224 millions de dollars de subventions approuvés en novembre

17 Dec 2015
Pour la première fois, un bailleur extérieur a été utilisé pour une initiative du registre des demandes de qualité non financées
En novembre 2015, le Conseil d’administration du Fonds mondial a approuvé 224 millions de dollars de financement pour 22 subventions émanant de notes conceptuelles soumises par 14 pays et une organisation régionale. Le Conseil a suivi les recommandations du Comité d’Approbation des Subventions et du Comité Technique d’Examen.
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Funding in the amount of $224 million approved in November

7 Dec 2015
For the first time, external funding has been used to fund an initiative on the UQD register

In November 2015, the Global Fund Board approved $224 million in funding for 22 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 14 countries and one regional organization. The Board was acting on recommendations from the Grant Approvals Committee and the Technical Review Panel.

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The TERG applauds the principles and directions of current strategy but identifies several areas requiring improvement

17 Nov 2015
“Strategic Review 2015” released

The Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016 remains as valid now as it was when it was developed in 2011 and its principles and directions should continue to guide the Fund in the coming years. This was a central conclusion of the Strategic Review 2015, carried out by the Technical Evaluation Reference Group. A report on the review was provided to the Board at its meeting on 16-17 November.

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Malawi grants receive more than two-thirds of the $620 million in funding approved by the Board in October

28 Oct 2015
In all, 22 grants from 11 countries and five regional organizations were approved

In October 2015, the Global Fund Board approved $620 million in funding for 22 grants emanating from concept notes submitted by 11 countries and five regional organizations. The Board was acting on recommendations from the Grant Approvals Committee and the Technical Review Panel.

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Funding of $320 million approved for 11 grants in six countries

2 Sep 2015
DRC gets $223 million for five grants

On 27 July 2015, the Global Fund Board approved $319.8 million in funding for 11 grants in six countries that had submitted concept notes. Included in this amount was $25.3 million in incentive funding. In addition, the Fund placed interventions worth $17.1 million in the registry of unfunded quality demand. For details, see the table.

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In Unfunded Quality Demand register, some insight into program gaps for key populations

11 Mar 2015
The $2 billion register so far includes $44 million in key population-specific programs

Under the new funding model (NFM), the Global Fund created a system to maintain an inventory of unmet needs identified by countries, the funding for which exceeds their allocation for the period 2014-2017.

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