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GLOBAL FUND LAUNCHES ITS DIFFERENTIATED SERVICE DELIVERY STRATEGIC INITIATIVE

GLOBAL FUND LAUNCHES ITS DIFFERENTIATED SERVICE DELIVERY STRATEGIC INITIATIVE

In November 2020, the Global Fund announced a call for applications for long term technical service providers for the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) differentiated service delivery (DSD) Strategic Initiative. This call follows a Global Fund decision made in November 2019 that approved an allocation of $15 million for the 2020-2022 allocation period for an HIV DSD Strategic Initiative to address gaps…

THE RBM PARTNERSHIP TO END MALARIA HAS LAUNCHED ITS 2021-2025 STRATEGIC PLAN

THE RBM PARTNERSHIP TO END MALARIA HAS LAUNCHED ITS 2021-2025 STRATEGIC PLAN

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria, which coordinates global efforts to fight malaria, launched its new strategic plan for 2021-2025 in January 2021. This strategic plan considers the progress made in the last two decades and challenges faced in the fight against malaria, including inadequate funding, emerging drug and insecticide resistance, increasing population movement and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic. In the light…

THE GLOBAL FUND LAUNCHES ITS 6TH PARTNERSHIP FORUMS

THE GLOBAL FUND LAUNCHES ITS 6TH PARTNERSHIP FORUMS

Almost 20 years after its creation in 2002, the Global Fund partnership has saved over 38 million lives, is helping to turn the tide on the HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria epidemics, has supported efforts to build national and community systems for health, address gender inequalities and reduce human rights barriers to health. However, with less than 10 years until the…

COMMUNITIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS MUST BE AT THE CENTER OF THE NEXT GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY

COMMUNITIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS MUST BE AT THE CENTER OF THE NEXT GLOBAL FUND STRATEGY

The next Global Fund Strategy must put into practice the current principle of a greater involvement of civil society and communities in decision-making and implementation. Without the leadership of communities and civil society, together with strong and resilient community systems, we cannot end HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria. Leaving communities and civil society behind will further prevent them from responding effectively to…

GLOBAL FUND-SUPPORTED PROGRAMS IN UGANDA FACE SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND NATIONAL ELECTIONS

GLOBAL FUND-SUPPORTED PROGRAMS IN UGANDA FACE SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND NATIONAL ELECTIONS

By the end of January 2021, Uganda had confirmed over 300,000 COVID-19 cases and more than 300 deaths. The country has introduced various measures to address the pandemic, including curfews, lockdowns, and physical distancing measures, since announcing its first case in March 2020. However, these measures, plus a rising number of cases, have disrupted health services, increased resource needs and shifted resources…

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