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Abolish incentive funding, TRP says

24 Oct 2014
Panel also calls for the allocation methodology to be revised

The incentive funding stream should be eliminated and the money reallocated to countries that need it the most to save lives. This was a central recommendation of the Technical Review Panel Report on Windows 1 and 2 of the new funding model. The first two windows were in May and June of 2014.

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The Global Fund releases eligibility list for 2014

26 Feb 2014
Eligible countries will develop their proposals in line with requirements under the new funding model

The list of countries eligible to apply for Global Fund support for up to four components -- HIV, TB, malaria and health system strengthening --  was released in February, timed to coincide with the imminent roll-out of the new funding model (NFM) allocating greater resources to those countries with high disease burdens and modest financial resources.

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For its HIV grant, El Salvador chooses sub-recipients representing key populations

11 Feb 2014
El Salvador is an early applicant under the NFM

El Salvador has announced the selection of six sub-recipients (SR) for its $23.1 million HIV grant, marking another step forward on its path towards completing the Global Fund’s processes under the new funding model (NFM).

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Global Fund’s decisions on renewal and interim grant applications

8 Jan 2014

Read about the Global Fund’s decision in December 2013 to approve funding for some interim applicants and to renew funding for some grants:

Phase 2 of Somalia TB Grant Will Focus on Case Detection and DOTS

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Global Fund Board awards $53.3 million to three more interim applicants

6 Jan 2014
Egypt, Suriname and Tanzania join ranks of interim funding recipients

The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced its approval of funding of up to $53.3 million for three interim applicants in the transition phase of the new funding model (NFM) on 23 December.

In approving the funding, the Board was acting on recommendations from the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Secretariat, including the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC).

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Global Fund awards $253.8 million in renewal funding

6 Jan 2014
Largest awards go to Kenya, Somalia and Viet Nam

The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has approved continued funding of up to $253.8 million for 13 applicants in a decision announced on 23 December.

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Large Influx of NFM Applications Expected in 2014

9 Nov 2013

The Global Fund is expecting a rush of applications in 2014 for the full roll-out of the new funding model. In his report for the Board meeting held on 7–8 November, Executive Director Mark Dybul said that in 2014 the Secretariat expects to sign grants for about half of the disease components for the entire 2014–2016 allocation period.

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Civil Society Was Significantly Involved in Concept Note Development in El Salvador

16 Jul 2013
Large inter-sectoral meetings held to obtain input
Concept note was completely prepared by Salvadorians

Civil society was involved extensively in the development of the concept note that El Salvador submitted to the Global Fund. This is one of the findings from interviews that GFO conducted with five people involved in the process, and from a review of related documents.

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New Guide on NFM Applications Targets Civil Society

10 Jul 2013

The International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO) has released a guide on applications under the new funding model (NFM). The guide targets civil society and focuses primarily on standard applicants (i.e. applicants that are not involved in the transition phase but that may apply when the NFM is fully rolled out, likely at the beginning of 2014).

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Standard Applicants Urged to Begin Preparing Now for Their NFM Funding Request

28 Jun 2013

The Global Fund is advising all countries not participating in the transition to the new funding model (NFM) – referred to as “standard applicants” – to begin preparing now for a funding request in early 2014 (assuming that this timeframe fits their national cycles).

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