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OM FUND LISTS SOME NEW DEVELOPMENTS

OM FUND LISTS SOME NEW DEVELOPMENTS

One of the reports prepared for the Replenishment Meeting in Stockholm next week, discussed above, is “The Global Fund at Three Years” (available at www.theglobalfund.org/en/about/replenishment). This contains some interesting items of information, including the following: Monitoring the Fund In assessing its own performance, the Fund will monitor activities and impacts at four levels. Using the Fund’s terms and GFO’s explanations, these…

SUCCESSES AND FAILURES AMONG GRANTS REVIEWED FOR PHASE 2

SUCCESSES AND FAILURES AMONG GRANTS REVIEWED FOR PHASE 2

During the past month, the Global Fund Secretariat has presented 26 grants to the board for consideration for Phase 2 renewal. For each of these grants, the Fund has provided the board with the results of an extensive and candid review of the grant’s performance thus far. The Secretarit’s review of each grant is contained in two overlapping documents. First…

FUND RELEASES NEW FORECASTS OF FINANCIAL NEEDS

FUND RELEASES NEW FORECASTS OF FINANCIAL NEEDS

In a new report “The Resource Needs of the Global Fund 2005-2007”, prepared for the Stockholm meeting and available at www.theglobalfund.org/en/about/replenishment, the Fund has calculated its future needs using two independent methods. The first method, known informally as the “bottom-up” method, is the primary demand-forecasting mechanism that the Fund uses. It calculates the need based on when future Rounds of grants…

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