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EECA civil society joining forces to call for domestic spend on harm reduction

27 Oct 2014
Groups are consolidating their resources to maximize impact as clock winds down on Global Fund support

Civil society groups across Eastern Europe and Central Asia are consolidating resources and presenting a unified front to national governments to call for a greater domestic investment in harm reduction as part of the HIV response.

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Some hiccups but mostly smooth sailing for Latin America and Caribbean under NFM

29 Sep 2014
Six concept notes in and another eight on deck for October from the region

Countries from Latin America and the Caribbean have submitted six concept notes under the new funding model (NFM) as of end-September, with another eight expected in the October submission window, according to a calendar shared with Aidspan.

Three of the first six notes submitted were returned following a review by the Technical Review Panel; the revisions are expected to be completed in time to catch the November TRP window.

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Africa’s Health and Finance Ministers Pledge to Increase Domestic Spending for Health

26 Nov 2013
The Global Fund estimates that $37 billion out of the $ 87 billion it needs from 2014 to 2016 can come from domestic financing

Ahead of the Global Fund's replenishment push in December, countries are being strongly encouraged to boost domestic funding for the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria to bridge the gap in unmet needs.

A conference in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on 11-12 November brought together ministers of health and finance, civil society groups and donors to discuss how to accelerate domestic spending on health in Africa.

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SIIC Approves Parameters for the Allocation Formula for 2014–2016

8 Nov 2013
Disease burden indicators finalised
Band 4 methodology determined

The Strategy, Investment and Impact Committee (SIIC) has determined the parameters to be used for the allocations formula for 2014–2016. The SIIC approved indicators for disease burden and ability to pay; the methodology for determining Band 4 allocations; and maximum and minimum shares for apportioning indicative funding. This article provides details.

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India Should Assume More Responsibility for Its TB Programmes, Global Fund Committee Says

4 Jun 2013
Board approves funding for next implementation period of three TB grants

Given India’s economic status, the government should assume greater responsibility for TB programmes, and should ultimately assume full responsibility.

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The New Funding Model Will Push LAC Out of the Global Fund’s Portfolio

2 Nov 2012

by Javier Houcade Bellocq

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African Countries Face Major Challenges in Bid to Increase Domestic Spending on Health

14 Jul 2010

African governments have not lived up to their commitment in the Abuja Declaration to allocate 15% of their annual budgets to health expenditure.

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