Transition

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Georgia develops 5-year plan for transitioning from Global Fund support

8 Aug 2017
The country assumes that the Fund will pull out entirely by 2022
Plan does not specify which services the government is taking over or when

Georgia has developed a transition plan in response to gradual reductions over the years to its allocations from the Global Fund. The goal of the Georgia Transition Plan is to ensure a smooth transitioning to full domestic funding of the HIV and TB programs by 2022 without compromising services. However, the plan does not specify which services the government is taking over or when.

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Ukraine’s proposal to the Global Fund reflects a country in transition

27 Jun 2017
As the government prepares to take on more financial responsibility, the country still faces challenges because of ongoing conflict

Ukraine has submitted a TB/HIV funding request worth $119.5 million that the country expects will help broaden services, especially among key populations. The proposal includes a further $39.2 million prioritized above-allocation request (PAAR).

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Kyrgyzstan’s program continuation funding request to the Global Fund provides little information on the proposed program

13 Jun 2017
The request does not explain what changes will be made in light of Kyrgyzstan’s significantly reduced allocation

There is little information in the TB/HIV funding request submitted by the Kyrgyzstan country coordinating mechanism (CCM) on the program that the applicant proposes to implement. And there is almost no information on how Kyrgyzstan plans to cope with an allocation that is significantly lower than what it received for 2014-2016.

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wambo.org: Global Fund PRs may place a limited number of orders using domestic financing

4 May 2017
Pilot project approved by the Board

The Global Fund Board has agreed to allow wambo.org to facilitate, on a pilot basis, 10 procurements by principal recipients (PRs) using domestic funding. Each procurement can be for multiple products.

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New ARV database being piloted in the EECA region

18 Apr 2017
Provides information on drug prices and purchases

A new database is being developed in Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA) containing information on antiretrovirals (ARVs) in use in 15 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

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Latin America: Strategy developed to support civil society to transition to sustainability

3 Apr 2017
Strategy was piloted in Belize, Panama and Paraguay

The Regional Center for Technical Assistance (CRAT in its Spanish acronym) has developed a strategy to support civil society organizations (CSOs) and community groups in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to plan for sustainability of their outreach strategies to control HIV, TB and malaria. CRAT is the host of the regional communication and coordination platform under the Global Fund’s Community, Rights and Gender (CRG) Initiative.

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At least 17 components will be using the transition application during 2017-2019 allocation period

13 Feb 2017
Twelve components will receive “transition funding” directly

Applicants for at least 17 components from 13 countries will be using an application form tailored to transition (in short, a transition application) when they apply for funding from their 2017-2019 allocations.

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Семи странам в регионе ВЕЦА прогнозируют переход к 2025 году

30 Nov 2016
Обзор Перечня Правомочности ГФ за 2017 год и Инструмента Прогнозирования Перехода

Перечень по Правомочности

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Seven countries in the EECA region projected to transition by 2025

1 Nov 2016
Overview on the GF’s 2017 Eligibility List and Transition Projection Tool

Following the Global Fund’s recent replenishment in September, the country eligibility list for the 2017-2019 grant cycle has been published. This list identifies the countries and disease components that are eligible to receive funding from the Global Fund for the next three years.

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Advocacy for increased domestic funding a success in Ukraine

3 Oct 2016
The Government of Ukraine has committed to changes that will significantly improve the quality and coverage of ARV, MDR-TB, Hepatitis C and OST treatments.

Advocacy for increased domestic funding led by CSOs and PRs, and strongly underpinned by the Global Fund’s conditions put to the government of Ukraine, has achieved outstanding results. Communities, empowered by the Global Fund, have been able to partner with the Ministry of Health.

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