New Funding Model

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Pushing the envelope: will the Global Fund’s new funding model foster country ambitions?

13 Aug 2014

The new funding model (NFM) is the crucial opportunity to determine the speed with which countries are able to expand and innovate in their responses to the three diseases and to make up for delays in the scale-up of programs that has been stalled since the cancellation of Round 11.

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Aidspan Launches Consultation on Design of New Funding Model

15 Oct 2012
Users of the Aidspan website can comment on summaries of the paper being considered by the SIIC
Join the discussion at www.aidspan.org/page/discussion-page

On 12 October 2012, the Global Fund Secretariat submitted a paper containing options and recommendations for the design of the new funding model to the Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SIIC) of the Global Fund Board. The SIIC will discuss the paper at its meeting in Geneva of 24–26 October 2012.

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Why All This Fuss About the New Funding Model? – A Look at the Different Perspectives

28 Sep 2012

At the recent Global Fund Board meeting, considerable discussion and energy was devoted to the design of the new funding model (NFM), particularly concerning the issue of how funding would be allocated. The discussions took place during the pre-meeting (12 September) and on both days of the Board meeting itself (13 and 14). Almost 12 hours had been set aside, and were taken, to discuss the new model.

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Explanation of the Broad Elements of the New Funding Model Adopted by the Board

20 Sep 2012
Two funding streams envisaged
Board decision was a compromise among groups with differing perspectives

Editor’s Note: This explanation of the broad elements of the new funding model is based on the decision point adopted by the Board. Not everything in the decision point is clear, so this explanation includes some interpretation by Aidspan. Readers are advised to check with the Global Fund Secretariat if they have questions.

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Main Decisions Made at Board Meeting

15 Sep 2012

Editor’s Note: Included in this summary is the Board decision on the broad elements of the new funding model.

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CSOs Submit Position Paper on New Funding Model

30 Aug 2012
Argue against country envelopes and the 55% rule
There are calls for the Global Fund to revisit its consultations process

Twelve civil society organisations (CSOs), most of them from Eastern Europe and Central Asia, have submitted a joint position paper on the development of a new funding model for the Global Fund.

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CSOs Express Concerns About New Funding Model Discussions

27 Aug 2012
Both the process and the substance have been questioned
The SIIC will discuss options this week

Concerns have been raised by civil society organisations (CSOs) about the process being followed to develop a new funding model for the Global Fund, and about the fact that most of the discussions have focused on formulas for allocating funding.

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Don't Compromise Your Principles in the New Funding Model, Global Fund Told

3 Aug 2012

Activists disrupt session at AIDS 2012 on the future of the Global Fund

Jaramillo signs pledge to oppose the use of funding caps

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Global Fund To Implement New Funding Architecture

16 Nov 2009

The Global Fund Board has decided to implement a new funding architecture in order to simplify processes for grant implementers. The centrepiece is the concept of a "single stream of funding" per PR per disease.

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