The communities living with HIV and affected by TB and malaria delegation to the Board of the Global Fund is looking for candidates to join the delegation the period 2016-2018.
The two NGO delegations and the Communities delegation on the Global Fund Board met in Paris on 19–20 May to review recent developments in the implementation of the new funding model (NFM) and to develop a plan to improve communications and advocacy on this issue. Representatives from early and interim applicant countries were also present.
Communities and NGO Delegations Seek More Information on Funding Allocations for the Transition Phase of the NFM
The Communities and NGO delegations on the Global Fund Board have written to Executive Director Mark Dybul seeking clarification and additional information on how funding was allocated to early and interim applicants in the transition phase of the new funding model (NFM).
New Code of Conduct for Recipients; Call for Nominations for Communities Delegation; New Report on Impact of Funding Shortfall
Global Fund releases new code of conduct for recipients
The Global Fund has introduced a new code of conduct for recipients. The purpose of the new code is to establish the principles and standards of conduct required of all recipients of Global Fund grant funds.
The Global Fund Board's delegation of Communities Living with HIV, TB and affected by malaria is looking for people willing to be part of the delegation for a three-year period, from 2011 through 2013.
Article 3 of GFO 123, on "First Learning Wave of NSAs Seen as Being Successful," listed three reports on the first learning wave and said that none of these reports were available on the Global Fund website. All three reports have now been posted at www.theglobalfund.org/en/board/meetings/twentyfirst/documents/.
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