Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016: Investing for ImpactJanuary 2012 read more
The Global Fund Strategy 2012-2016 defines the organization‟s aspirations and strategic actions for contributing to the collective fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It defines how the Global Fund will aim to accelerate progress, build on past successes and investments, and evolve to address challenges and seize opportunities – how it will “invest for impact”.
Letter: Round 11 CancellationDecember 2011 read more
A letter protesting the cancellation of Round 11 of the Global Fund. The final letter sent to the Global Fund Board at the end of 2011 was signed by 215 organizations worldwide.
The Global Fund’s resource allocation decisions for HIV programmes: addressing those in needOctober 2011 read more
Publisher: Journal of the International AIDS Society, 2011 14:51
This article assesses how the Global Fund’s investments in HIV programmes were targeted to key populations in relation to disease burden and national income. There has been a sustained scale up of the Global Fund’s HIV support. Funding has targeted the countries and populations with higher HIV burden and lower income. Prevention in most-at-risk populations is not adequately prioritized in most of the recipient countries. The Global Fund Board has recently modified eligibility and prioritization criteria to better target most-at-risk populations in Round 10 and beyond. More guidance is being provided for Round 11 to strategically focus demand for Global Fund financing in the present resource-constrained environment.
An analysis of major HIV donor investments targeting men who have sex with men and transgender people in low- and middle-income countriesAugust 2011 read more
Integrating Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Interventions in Global Fund-Supported ProgrammesJune 2011 read more
Publisher: World Vision International
This paper offers a guide to Global Fund-programme implementers to optimally utilise existing opportunities in Global Fund-supported country programmes to maximise MNCH outcomes. It examines each stage in the lifecycle and provides, as an annex, a menu of interventions within programmes for the three diseases to address ways in which these diseases affect MNCH outcomes, along with MNCH interventions that can be added on to disease-specific interventions of Global Fund-supported programmes. It also presents an array of linkages and actions from national health systems to community levels that, together, can effectively deliver the range of MNCH interventions within disease programmes, with particular attention to organisational “preparedness” of health systems, to enable integrated service delivery.
Analysis of Rounds 8, 9 and 10 Global Fund HIV proposals in relation to men who have sex with men, transgender people and sex workersApril 2011 read more
Publisher: The Global Fund
This report is an analysis of HIV proposals received in the Global Fund Rounds 8, 9 and 10 in relation to interventions that focus on men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender people and sex workers. The report explores how Global Fund applicants seek to address the three target populations in each of the three funding Rounds. The report identifies trends in proposals alongside key opportunities and challenges that may be useful to future applicants.
Strategy Meeting on Resource Mobilisation for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and MalariaFebruary 2011 read more
ICSS convened a strategy meeting on resource mobilization for the Global Fund on 16-18 February 2011. The meeting was held in light of several key events, inter alia, the Global Fund Third Replenishment (2011-2013), which culminated in a pledging conference in New York in October 2010, the September 2010 MDG Review Summit and the forthcoming June 2011 UN High Level Meeting on Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support. A bold, innovative coordinated global strategy is needed to assist the Global Fund in its resource mobilisation efforts for 2011-2013. The Amsterdam meeting marks the beginning of a process to design, plan and implement a global strategy for civil society advocacy.
Youth Guide to the Global FundJanuary 2011 read more
This guide is designed to give young people interested in working with the global fund a simple introduction on the workings of the fund. With young people being important stakeholders in the response to HIV, meaningful youth participation is needed in order to improve strategies directed at adolescents and young people regarding stigma, access to information and resources and adequate support systems.
Global Fund Third Voluntary Replenishment 2011-2013October 2010 read more
Pledges for 2011-2013 at 5 October 2010
Donor Report Cards: A civil society evaluation of past donor performance (2008-2010) and contributions asked from donors in the Global Fund Replenishment Process (2011-2013)July 2010 read more
The Donor Report Cards and its report focuses on the accountability of major donors to the Global Fund by bringing together civil society advocates’ evaluation of past performance of the governments in their respective countries (for 2008-2010) and the contributions asked from these governments for 2011-2013 in the context of the 3rd Replenishment Process of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
The Donor Report Card per country can be found here:
Overview & Conclusions
Australia (A1 pdf)
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Austria (A1 pdf)
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Canada (A1 pdf)
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Denmark (A1 pdf)
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Germany (A1 pdf)
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Italy (A1 pdf)
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Japan (A1 pdf)
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Russia (A1 pdf)
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Spain (A1 pdf)
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The Netherlands (A1 pdf)
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United Kingdom (A1 pdf)
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United States (A1 pdf)
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