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GLOBAL FUND INFORMS COUNTRIES INDIVIDUALLY OF 2020-2022 ALLOCATION AMOUNTS

GLOBAL FUND INFORMS COUNTRIES INDIVIDUALLY OF 2020-2022 ALLOCATION AMOUNTS

Countries eligible for Global Fund funding in the 2020-2022 allocation period have been informed by the Global Fund Secretariat of their overall country allocations for this next funding cycle, for HIV, TB, malaria, and resilient and sustainable systems for health. The Secretariat sent individualized letters, signed by the Division Head of Grant Management, to each eligible country’s Country Coordinating Mechanism…

GLOBAL FUND ANNOUNCES $12.71 BILLION FOR 2020-2022 COUNTRY ALLOCATIONS

GLOBAL FUND ANNOUNCES $12.71 BILLION FOR 2020-2022 COUNTRY ALLOCATIONS

In a news release published on 18 December, the Global Fund announced its largest-ever funding allocations for eligible countries. The total amount available for country allocations for the 2020-2022 allocations cycle is $12.71 billion, with $890 million available for catalytic investments for the period beginning in January 2020. This is 23% more than for the previous three year period. The Global Fund’s…

NEWS FOR AND ABOUT THE GLOBAL FUND PARTNERSHIP

NEWS FOR AND ABOUT THE GLOBAL FUND PARTNERSHIP

5% INITIATIVE LAUNCHES CALL FOR MALARIA PROPOSALS The French 5% Initiative launched, on December 11, a call for proposals with the theme ‘Improving the malaria response in the greater Sahel and Central Africa regions’. The proposal forms part of operational research the initiative undertakes every year in order to improve disease interventions and update available knowledge about HIV/AIDS, TB and…

OIG AUDIT OF GLOBAL FUND GRANTS TO SOUTH SUDAN HIGHLIGHTS THAT RISK MITIGATION “NEEDS SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT”

OIG AUDIT OF GLOBAL FUND GRANTS TO SOUTH SUDAN HIGHLIGHTS THAT RISK MITIGATION “NEEDS SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT”

The Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG), in its second audit of Global Fund grants to South Sudan, found that the country has made progress across the three diseases despite facing long-standing political instability, economic dependence on oil, and inadequate capacity of human resources for health. The number of people living with HIV who are on antiretroviral treatment…

GLOBAL FUND GRANTS TO MALAWI NEED IMPROVED FINANCIAL CONTROLS AND INTERVENTIONS FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN, OIG SAYS

GLOBAL FUND GRANTS TO MALAWI NEED IMPROVED FINANCIAL CONTROLS AND INTERVENTIONS FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN, OIG SAYS

A second audit by the Office of the Inspector General of Global Fund grants in Malawi has highlighted weaknesses in financial controls within two of the country’s three Principal Recipients (Ministry of Health and ActionAid International Malawi), and in the country’s interventions for adolescent girls and young women (AGYW), among other issues. Though progress has been made in strengthening the…

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