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Why the private sector should increase direct funding to the Global Fund

8 Jan 2014

by Njihia Mbitiru

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Eastern Europe/Central Asia network chooses in-country partners for its regional harm reduction project on HIV in EECA

29 Nov 2013
Five NGO partners from Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova and Tajikistan were selected by the Eurasian Harm Reduction Network

The Eurasian Harm Reduction Network issued a tender in September 2013 for in-country partners to implement the regional programme, "Harm Reduction Works. Fund it!" Developed as part of the network's concept note for the transition phase of the new funding model, the programme seeks to facilitate effective regional advocacy for harm reduction among injected drug users across five countries in EECA.

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Corporate KPI Framework Is Approved

8 Nov 2013

Following extensive consultations with Board committees and donor and implementer constituencies, the Global Board has approved a revised Corporate KPI Framework. The framework is designed to present indicators to measure the goals, targets and objectives of the Global Fund’s Strategy for 2012–2016.

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France Pledges $1.4 Billion for Global Fund’s Fourth Replenishment

17 Jul 2013

France has announced that it will contribute € 1.08 billion ($1.4 billion) to the Global Fund for the Fourth Replenishment period (2014–2016). That works out to about $467 million a year. This approximately the same as the amount France pledged for the Third Replenishment (2011–2013).

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Historic Moment Provides Many Opportunities for the Global Fund, Dybul Says

19 Jun 2013

The people involved in the Global Fund, and in global health generally, “are at an historic moment when the confluence of scientific advancement, epidemiological intelligence and experience from more than a decade of implementation come together to offer the opportunity to end three plagues as public health threats.”

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Mark Dybul Delivers His First Formal Report to the Board

19 Jun 2013
Impact profiles being developed for countries applying for funding
“The Fund has not been very successful at simplifying procedures”

Executive Director Mark Dybul’s first formal report to the Global Fund Board covered a lot of ground.

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NGO and Communities Delegations Review Recent NFM Developments

14 Jun 2013
Global Fund Secretariat acknowledges that the allocation model needs to be better explained
Concerns raised about the lack of quality data on key affected populations

The two NGO delegations and the Communities delegation on the Global Fund Board met in Paris on 19–20 May to review recent developments in the implementation of the new funding model (NFM) and to develop a plan to improve communications and advocacy on this issue. Representatives from early and interim applicant countries were also present.

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India Should Assume More Responsibility for Its TB Programmes, Global Fund Committee Says

4 Jun 2013
Board approves funding for next implementation period of three TB grants

Given India’s economic status, the government should assume greater responsibility for TB programmes, and should ultimately assume full responsibility.

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OIG Rates Management of Grants in Republic of Congo As “Not Satisfactory”

3 Jun 2013
Expenditures of $3.7 million not adequately supported, OIG says

The management and implementation of Global Fund grants in the Republic of the Congo is “not satisfactory.” This is the main conclusion of an audit of five grants to the Republic of Congo undertaken by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

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Global Fund Joins Pledge Guarantee for Health

1 Jun 2013

The Global Fund is participating in an initiative to leverage private sector funding to speed up delivery of, and expand access to, health products such as contraceptives, bed nets and medicines. The initiative is called the “Pledge Guarantee for Health.”

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