aids.jpg
red.jpg
logo_en.png
YOU CAN NOW DOWNLOAD
AIDSPAN STRATEGIC PLAN (ABRIDGED) 2018-2022
DATA ANALYTICS
Read More
Editorial
Read More
Policy Analysis
Read More

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 ...

What's New?

GFO Current Articles

This edition’s ‘Of Interest’ focuses on value-for-money resources for applicants to the Global Fund, the Global Fund and Friends of the Global Fund/Japan’s participation in the torch relay for the Tokyo Olympics, and the plenary lineup for AIDS 2020, announced by the International AIDS Society.

26 Feb 2020

Allocations for the next cycle will be the largest ever granted to recipient countries. The total amount available for country allocations for the 2020-2022 cycle is $12.71 billion, up 23% from the previous three-year period. This represents a substantial increase for West and Central Africa as the region will...

26 Feb 2020

A thematic review by the Technical Evaluation Reference Group of the implementation of the Global Fund’s Sustainability, Transition and Co-Financing Policy is now complete. The review found that the related activities carried out have been transformative, delivering “substantial gains” in helping lower middle-...

25 Feb 2020

The Global Fund’s policy on sustainability, transition, and co-financing allows countries to spend part or all of their co-financing on strengthening their systems for health. A sample of Global Fund allocation letters for the 2020-2022 cycle reveals that countries and the Secretariat prefer to spend co-financing...

25 Feb 2020

The Office of the Inspector General, in following up issues identified in two country audits of Liberia and Tanzania performed in 2019 and 2017 respectively, has issued statements describing the results of the follow-up investigations instead of full investigation reports. The OIG published statements instead of...

25 Feb 2020