Three countries, three different applications of co-financing in Global Fund grants in sub-Saharan Africa
Peter Sands became the Executive Director of the Global Fund in March 2018. He gave his first interview to the Global Fund Observer after the 40th Board Meeting in Geneva, in November 2018. This is the first article of a two-part interview.
Les procédures de gestion de la transition du Fonds mondial sont en grande partie efficaces, selon un rapport du Bureau de l’Inspecteur général
En 2016, le Conseil d’administration du Fonds mondial a approuvé la politique en matière de pérennité, de transition et de cofinancement, destinée à aider les pays maîtres d’œuvre à s’affranchir du soutien du Fonds mondial pour financer et mettre en œuvre eux-mêmes leurs programmes de lutte contre le VIH, la tuberculose et
In 2016, the Global Fund Board approved the Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing (STC) policy, a policy designed to guide implementing countries’ transition from Global Fund support to their own full funding and implementation of their HIV, TB and malaria programs.
The Global Fund Board recently approved a grant to civil society principal recipient (PR), Fundacion Centro de Informacion y Recursons para el Desarollo (CIRD), in Paraguay. The planned implementation period for the grant is 1 March 2018 to 28 February 2021.
A Global Fund multi-country program in Southeast Asia helps countries SHIFT towards sustainable HIV financing
Ukraine starts transition away from Global Fund support without a detailed transition plan, OIG says
Tool developed by Global Fund and APMG Health used in transitioning countries to assess sustainability of services for key populations
As more and more countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) become ineligible for funding from the Global Fund, there have been legitimate concerns about the sustainability of the response to the diseases in these countries – in particular, whether civil society organizations (CSOs) will be able to continue to play the vital role of providing prevention, treatment and care services for key and vulnerable populations.