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Strategic performance report underscores Global Fund successes but challenges remain for service delivery and coverage of key populations

15 Nov 2018
New report combining KPI and Strategy reporting is presented to the Board

The Global Fund has achieved its targets in resource mobilization (i.e. Fifth Replenishment) and in aligning its investments with country needs and national strategic plans.

This information is contained in a report on Strategic Performance Reporting prepared for the Board’s 40th meeting just completed in Geneva on 14-15 November.

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Results for the Global Fund partnership in 2017 reveal large increases in lives saved and people treated for HIV, TB and malaria

17 Sep 2018
Changes in methodology for calculating results contributed to the increases

The Global Fund has released its Results Report 2018, the first such report to use the revised methodology adopted by the Fund for tracking and reporting impact and results. The Results Report 2018 provides results for the year 2017.

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Mozambique’s TB/HIV funding request to the Global Fund builds on achievements of current grants, TRP says

9 Jan 2018
Matching funds requests sent back for iteration

Among the grants approved by the Board in the third batch of funding (see GFO article) were four TB/HIV grants to Mozambique. In this article, we report on the comments of the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC) on the funding request from which these grants emanated.

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Vancouver Consensus calls for significant scale-up of HIV treatment and prevention

8 Sep 2015
Estimated resource needs for the next Global Fund replenishment will be much higher than the estimated needs for the last replenishment
The Fund will release its resource needs estimate before the end of 2015

The Vancouver Consensus, which emerged from the International AIDS Society conference, 2015, held in Vancouver, Canada, 19-22 July, calls for access to HIV treatment for all people living with HIV, expanded prevention services, and a comprehensive, rights-based approach to the AIDS epidemic. The consensus statement was signed by more than 500 people, including civil society advocates, clinicians, re

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Global Fund Reports Significant Progress on ART and PMTCT

9 Apr 2013
However, low antenatal care hampering further advances

Significant progress has been achieved in providing antiretroviral therapy (ART) and preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT), but low antenatal care coverage and other health systems and gender-related challenges are hampering further progress on these fronts.

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