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Communities delegation is recruiting some new members

17 Oct 2015

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.

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Nominations sought for Global Fund Board member to represent the Developed Country NGO Delegation

6 Oct 2015

The Developed Country NGO Delegation to the Board of the Global Fund is soliciting nominations for the position of Board Member for the period December 2015 to November 2017.

The deadline for applications is 1 November 2015. For further information please contact Beate Ramme-Fülle

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From Africa, with one voice

18 May 2015

As the continent receiving the lion's share of Global Fund investments in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria, Africa must do more to ensure its voices are heard in decision-making and strategy development: this was the clarion call made in Addis Ababa on 5 May at the first official meeting of the Africa Bureau.

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Maturity and systems theme of 33rd Board meeting

8 Apr 2015
Governance reform and eliminating the funding gap remain elusive

The Global Fund used its 33rd Board meeting on 31 March - 1 April to demonstrate its continued maturation as an organization and show that the systems it has put in place are working.

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Hauser and Kurtovic the new 'dream team' leading Global Fund Board

1 Apr 2015
The pair will serve two years, presiding over the next financial replenishment and an evolution of the allocations methodology

A consensus, unanimous vote for the new 'Dream Team' was passed, electing Norbert Hauser of the German delegation and a former interim inspector general as Board chair and Aida Kurtovic, from the EECA delegation and long-time civil society activist, as vice-chair. Campaigning took place behind closed doors and the vote passed easily as the 33rd Board meeting opened on 31 March.

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Code of ethical conduct for governance officials adopted

31 Mar 2015
“Best interests of the Fund must take priority”

While governance officials have a responsibility to represent their constituencies, “they are ultimately obligated to work in the best interests of the Global Fund,” according to a code of ethical conduct adopted by the Board at its meeting in Geneva on 31 March–1April 2015.

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Decision points approved by the Global Fund Board during 31st Board Meeting

10 Mar 2014
The language below is the exact wording of each decision point taken by the Board
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The Global Fund Has Provided Few Details on the Recovery of Funds Identified as “Losses”

5 Jul 2013

The Global Fund Secretariat says that it has taken measures to speed up the recovery of amounts identified as “losses” by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and that it expects to be able to report significant progress during the rest of 2013.

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NGO and Communities Delegations Review Recent NFM Developments

14 Jun 2013
Global Fund Secretariat acknowledges that the allocation model needs to be better explained
Concerns raised about the lack of quality data on key affected populations

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.

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TRP Recommends for Approval 89 Round 10 Proposals; Total 2-Year Cost Is $1.76B

15 Nov 2010

The Global Fund's Technical Review Panel (TRP) has recommended that the Global Fund Board approve 89 Round 10 grants that, over their first two years, will cost $1.76 billion. This makes Round 10 the third largest round ever of Global Fund grants (after Rounds 8 and 9).

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