On September 21, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria supported the request for additional funding of a new regional project worth $2.5 million.
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria released a report today demonstrating that 27 million lives have been saved by the Global Fund partnership. The report shows tremendous progress that has been achieved by efforts to end the epidemics, while highlighting new threats.
In a special session at the close of the 22nd International AIDS Conference, former U.S. President Bill Clinton and other high-level speakers called for urgent action to better integrate the responses to tuberculosis (TB) and HIV.
Call for Membership (2018 – 2020) to the Developing Country NGO Delegation to the Board of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
Joint Statement of Civil Society Organizations in advance of the Thirty-Ninth Meeting of the Global Fund Board
On the 9th – 10th of May 2018, the Global Fund’s Board will consider revisions to the Fund’s Eligibility Policy based upon recommendations from its Strategy Committee. While some of these recommendations are positive, others raise serious concerns. By this Statement we – the organizations ...
EECA is one of two regions where transition planning is most advanced
On 21 March 2018, the Global Fund Board approved six country grants worth $102.9 million. This was the seventh batch of approvals from the 2017–2019 allocations, and brings the cumulative amount awarded to date to just under $9 billion.
GNP+ invites you to an important discussion with civil society representatives from the NGO and communities delegations of the Global Fund on eligibility criteria negotiations that will determine whether some countries retain the ability to apply for and receive global fund grants.
The charitable fund “Candle” and the Coordination Committee for the Global Fund Program in Russian Federation are pleased to announce a competition for a Fundraising Specialist (Fundraiser) vacancy in the Coordination Committee Secretariat.
The Global Fund started accepting applications on strengthening the capacity of TB networks and coalitions in the EECA region
The Global Fund published the Request for Proposals (RFP) for the following activity: Strengthening the capacity of global and regional networks and coalitions of TB advocates, activists and people affected by tuberculosis. This initiative is supported within Component 2 of the Global Fund's Strategic Initiative on ...
Global Fund grant to Belarus in 2015 was conditional on the government developing a social contracting mechanism
Changing laws and regulations has been a slow process. Civil society has been pushing for such a mechanism for several years.
For most multicountry priority areas, the Global Fund will hold a competitive application process through requests for proposals. See Multicountry Funding Applications for detailed information on multicountry funding and a full list of the forthcoming requests for proposals. Any eligible applicant may submit a funding request in response ...
Daniil Kashnitskyi, Research Fellow of the High School of Economics. Expert of ECUO PLWH
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria discontinues financial support for Russia in 2018: what’s expected after that?
Since January 2018, the programs of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in Russia are closing. The funding will be discontinued since the next July. Takie Dela media tried to understand what will be the impact of the GF withdrawal on foundations ...
The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria today appointed a new Executive Director: Peter Sands , a former chief executive of Standard Chartered Bank who after a distinguished career in banking immersed himself in a range of global public health projects. ...
The Community, Rights and Gender Strategic Initiative was renewed this year for a second multi-year round.
According to official data, the number of HIV-infected people in Kyrgyzstan is increasing by 10% per year
External stakeholders are invited to comment on the draft terms of reference listed below.