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AIDSPAN STRATEGIC PLAN (ABRIDGED) 2018-2022
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OUR HISTORY

AIDSPAN is currently focused exclusively on the Global Fund and its implementing countries. Since its founding in 2002, Aidspan has contributed extensively to improving knowledge and insight..

WHAT WE ARE

Aidspan is a non-profit organization based in Kenya whose mission is to reinforce the effectiveness of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria by serving as...

Aidspan Portal Workbench

APW is a flexible and powerful web-based application which retrieves grant portfolio data from the web services provided by the Global Fund and then makes the data available in a ...

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GFO Current Articles

Conversations happening now to develop mitigation plans for COVID-19 address the most urgent medical and prevention measures to prevent the further spread of the epidemic within countries. Nevertheless, lessons from Ebola show that the fight against...

1 Apr 2020

On March 24, World TB Day, the World Health Organization released new consolidated guidelines on preventive treatment for tuberculosis, a day and an event largely eclipsed by COVID-19-related news. The new TB guidelines are designed to help countries accelerate their efforts to provide this treatment, in order to...

1 Apr 2020

The Office of the Inspector General conducted for the first time an audit of the Geneva Global Health Campus’s management processes. The audit rated the Global Health Campus project’s management of key risks as ‘effective’, while rating the overall management process as ‘partially effective’. The Global Health...

1 Apr 2020

As even well-resourced developed countries struggle to manage their COVID-19 epidemics, Africa’s growing COVID-19 caseload threatens to overwhelm Africa’s already fragile and under-resourced health systems. Critical-care beds are one measure of a country’s preparedness – but many African countries’ number of...

1 Apr 2020

The Office of the Inspector General’s first country audit of Lesotho found that controls to ensure access to quality services including prevention activities were ‘partially effective’ but that program oversight and governance ‘need significant improvement’. The OIG noted in particular the lack of country...

1 Apr 2020